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.”
Some 76% of US CEOs plan on reducing their office space footprint as a result of the ongoing transition to remote work amid the pandemic.
Amazon has extended its work from home policy, as the pandemic continues to pick up throughout the country.
Work-from-home is one of the biggest impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, and it appears its a change that is here to stay.
German Labor Minister Hubertus Heil plans to put forth legislation that will make working from home a legal right, long after the coronavirus pandemic.
In its ongoing efforts to beef up security, Zoom is preparing to allow hosts to report participants who misbehave.
Experts are saying the U.S. internet should be able to handle the increased stress of millions of Americans working from home as a result of the coronavirus.
It’s a good time to work for Shopify, as the company is giving employees $1,000 to help them make the transition to working from home.
Apple and Amazon are among the latest companies to recommend their employees work from home due to the growing threat of the coronavirus.