Remote Control: How to Empower Remote Workers
Nearly 80 percent of surveyed remote workers said they would consider changing jobs if the option to work outside the office was removed.
64% of survey respondents said it’s “very important” to be able to work from anywhere, and 72% feel their company could do a better job in providing the needed tech tools to do this.
84% of employers want to implement more modern tech tools to better enable workplace flexibility as a way to attract and retain top talent.
79% of survey respondents work remotely once a week.
79% of survey participants with the flexibility to work remotely would consider changing jobs if this option was removed, and 62% say being able to work remotely remains a priority in seeking new employment.
30% of job seekers wouldn’t even consider working for a company that doesn’t offer remote work opportunities.
84% of those who can’t work remotely say they would take advantage of this benefit if offered.
Of those who do not work remotely, nearly half say they like going to the office and interacting with colleagues, and 43% say the nature of their job makes it difficult to work out of the office.
81% of survey respondents say the “freedom to try new tools” impacts their job satisfaction, and 68% say their company allows them to do this.
72% say their company provides access to tech communications/collaboration products, and 60% say access to these solutions is “very important” or “essential.”