The Connected Worker

THE CONNECTED WORKER IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY INCREASED RISK OF IMPROVED WORK-LIFE BALANCE PRESSURE TO STAY In terms of efficiency and productivity, there is a narrow majority (53%) of respondents who believe that mobile technology has increased their effectiveness. 01:00 AM BURNOUT CONNECTED Less than 5 hours 80% 32% 40% 36% 60% 23% say there has been an improvement on work-life balance as a believe that say the greatest staying connected with work after- pressure to stay connected comes 40% 49% hours poses a risk of fatigue or burnout. The highest rate of burnout is in from themselves. The second most AMOUNT OF TIME SPENT result of online 20% EACH WEEK "CONNECTED" technologies. common source TO WORK OUTSIDE OF THE Those in APAC of pressure comes from employers (26%). TYPICAL WORKDAY have best 16% 0% APAC, where 37% are adversely affected. integrated these technologies into their lives with 50% experiencing an improved work-life balance. 12% 6-10 hours "CONNECTED" TIME OUTSIDE OF THE TYPICAL WORKDAY (BY REGION) AMERICAS 72% EMEA 74% APAC 89% Time spent No time spent KELLY 28% 26% 11% Gen Y Baby Boomers Professional/ technical Non-professional/ technical Americas EMEA APAC None More than 10 hours

The Connected Worker

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This info graphic shows that three-quarters of the world's workforce spend at least some time connected to their workplace outside their typical workday. And, nearly three in every ten workers spend m...




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