A new survey is revealing just how important remote work is to many employees, with 61% willing to take a pay cut to stay remote.
A recent poll is bad news for employers wanting to resume in-office work post-pandemic, with 35% saying they’ll quit if work-from-home (WFM) ends.
Salesforce and JPMorgan are the latest big-name companies looking to downsize their office space as remote work becomes the norm.
Upwork has released its Economist Report: One Year Remote, finding many companies will continue with remote work thanks to its benefits.
Gartner is predicting companies will spend some $332.9 billion on remote work IT in 2021 as the digital transformation continues.
In further evidence of the rising popularity of remote work, a new poll shows that over 50% of workers would choose remote work over vacation.
Amid a global pandemic, remote work has become so popular that 29% of professionals will quit rather than return to the office.
With unprecedented numbers of employees working remotely, the EU is working on legislation that protects workers’ “right to disconnect.”