Palm Beach Gardens, FL, June 4, 2020: The findings of a recent survey of more than 3,300 employees could spell the end for the physical office. Results from the Remote Workforce Report, conducted by the Best Practice Institute (BPI), an award-winning leadership development center and think tank, revealed surprising findings about productivity, health and safety fears, management, and how managers and companies might go about enticing employees back to the office.
The survey, conducted between May 12 and May 22, asked employees from companies with workforces from 1000 to more than 10,000 employees to consider whether working remotely impacted their productivity and what specific working conditions would need to be in place for them to feel comfortable returning to the office environment.
Some of the report’s more surprising findings were:
Contrary to the popular belief that productivity drops when employees work from home, 76% of respondents felt their personal productivity improved while 72% felt their entire team’s productivity improved by working from home. 77% of employees had some previous experience with working remotely. Of those who had worked remotely pre-COVID-19, a shocking low 10% said they wanted to return to the workplace. Only 44% of manager had previous experience managing
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