Telecoms company Zen Internet has released new figures about the state of remote work across the UK, and it’s not looking good for many companies or their employees.
The research found one in five remote workers are unhappy about their workplace culture despite their company having had several years to adapt to a new hybrid working setup following the knock-on effects of the pandemic.
The research comes from 1,000 remote workers and 500 business decision-makers who, together, uncovered the errors being made by organizations that are stopping them from being attractive places to work for home workers.
Companies just aren’t understanding remote work
While companies promise to be investing in the right tools and technologies to make hybrid working feasible, only 21% of the respondents agreed, highlighting a huge need for action in an effort to retain (let alone attract) talent.
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After all, hybrid working has been proven in many cases to deliver the same (or better) results as old-school office-based working, while presenting workers with the opportunity to be more flexible with their time. …read more
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