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Work, Home Or Work From Home?

Work, home or work from home? Today, people don't have to clock in at the office every weekday: Now the jobs go where the talents are! 1074 Respondents 83% of respondents work remotely at least a part of the day job positions Business Managers 15% owners 33% 15% Executives 36% Team members Past, Present and Future of Remote Collaboration 2015: 66% believe that their office might go fully virtual in 1-5 years. 2012: 83% spend at 2009: 43% of respondents least a part of the day working from home. worked remotely less often 2-3 years ago. The higher the position in the company, the more time the person spends working outside the office Time will show, our virtual work will grow! Business owners Executives Team Managers members Oh 10h 20h 30h How much are we ready to "pay" for the opportunity to work remotely? 78% would forgo free meals 54% would forgo employer-paid cellphone plan 31% would accept reduction in paid vacation 25% would accept reduction in salary 89% of respondents consider the opportunity to work remotely as one of the 3 main perks! Remotely Salary Reputation Do consumer social communication tools help in remote collaboration? The Good and The Hard Remote Collaboration 41% Saving time 37% lack of direct communication 29% 21% data accessibility is hindered Increased productivity 91% would abandon social communications tools easily 10% focus on work, not office policies 19% poor visibility into colleagues activity People spend no more Benefits Challenges than Tha day Facebook, Twitter, Skype, etc. However, almost 90% of respondents consider collaboration software (Wrike, GoTOMeeting, etc.) mission critical or important for virtual teams. Mission critical or important – 87% Useful, but not critical – 12% Not important - 1% Wríke As a part of our "Working Habits" survey, we take a look at how people organize their work.

Work, Home Or Work From Home?

shared by Angel on Mar 23
Working from home is not for everyone, but for many of us, it turns out to be more productive — especially when doing highly concentrated activities such as writing, editing and researching — than...




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