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Remote work

Remote work continues to rise while a full return to the office may never happen.

Companies are facing the harsh reality that people would rather resign and find a more flexible job than give up their remote work lifestyle. Experts call the migration to remote jobs the most significant shift in the workplace since World War II.

The benefits of remote working

According to a study by Robert Walters, over 45% of employees claim that they are more productive when working from home while almost 80% of employers believe that the quality of work has improved. So if you’re still tied to an office desk, maybe it’s time for a change.

Here are some more benefits of remote working

Productivity: Employees that work remotely have shown to be 35-40% more productive when compared to those working in an office

Performance: Studies show that employees who have autonomy and flexibility over their work-life produce 40% fewer mistakes leading to better performance overall

Engagement: Remote working contributes to a 41% reduction in absenteeism among employees which ultimately gets more work done

Retention: Over 50% of employees would consider a job change if more flexibility is offered, while companies that offer remote work have seen an average of 12% decrease in employee turnover

Profitability: Employers can save up to $11,000 per year per employee when remote work is permitted which in turn increases company profit.

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