A survey by the American Staffing Association’s Workforce Monitor found that nearly 6 in 10 American adults (56%) believe that office-only employees have a competitive advantage over their completely remote counterparts when it comes to get pay raises and bonuses and promotions.
The survey included the participation of 2,019 American adults, and indicates that 48% reported that they work entirely in person28% work a hybrid schedule and 24% are fully remote.
The American Staffing Association also found that 51% of people surveyed who worked in offices were women, compared to 44% of men. Additionally, employed parents of children under the age of 18 were more likely to work a hybrid schedule (33% vs. 24%), while most of those without minor children worked in the office full-time (51% versus 43%).
And regarding how the workers feel Given the current economic climatethe study found that:
– 46% feel pressured to work during their free time.
– 44% would be willing to accept a pay cut if it meant having more freedom to work remotely.
– 40% are concerned about the layoffs at your company in the next six months.
“How, when and where the work will be done in the future remains an open question. Employers are trying to determine how hybrid and remote work affects productivity. AND employees are trying to determine how the increase in hybrid and remote work is going to affect their careersespecially now that they are faced with economic uncertainty,” said Richard Wahlquist, president and CEO of the American Staffing Association.
“One thing that is certain is that hybrid and remote work is here to stay for a significant number of employees whose work could be done from home. For those workers who have jobs that require in-person work, the challenge for all employers is to create and sustain employee-centered organizations that embrace flexibility in the workplace and in work schedules, equal opportunities for advancement and open dialogues with employees about their needs, wants and concernsWahlquist added.
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