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Study reveals 43% of employees expect more companies to offer remote work after pandemic

Estudio revela 43% de los empleados espera que más empresas ofrezcan trabajo remoto después de la pandemia

During the second quarter of 2020, the most critical period of the Covid-19 pandemic, at least 23 million people worked remotely in Latin America and the Caribbean according to estimates from the International Labor Organization (ILO).

When the confinement measures were more rigid, between 20% and 30% of the region’s wage earners who were working did so from their homes and andsto allowed economic activities in various sectors to continue, reviews a study published in July by the agency.

Although the trend towards teleworking has begun to decline, after the relaxation of confinement measures, many workers discovered that they like this modality and prefer to work that way, according to a recent research carried out by the company Payscale, specialized in the labor market. .

The study indicates that 43% de employees expect more organizations to offer remote work after the pandemic comes to an end. In certain occupational groups, as in the case of marketing and advertising, the figure can reach up to 75%.

More satisfaction

The research found that remote workers have higher job satisfaction, reported lower job search rates, and even that there are those who may earn a higher salary in remote work.

“Payscale analysis shows that employees who cannot work from home tend to be less satisfied and hate their job more often than people who telecommute …”, States the 2021 Remote Work Status Report.

The accurate study employees don’t necessarily want to telecommute all the time, but are happier when they can choose when to go to the office as needed.

More productivity

The study also notes that remote work is expected to expand substantially after the end of the pandemic because in this period organizations have largely experienced higher productivity of a workforce that has been working primarily from home.




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