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Working Remotely: Mobility Makes Most Happier

GFI SURVEY: EMPLOYEES IN US SMALL BUSINESSES WORKING REMOTELY Do small business employees work remotely? 57% 47% who have connected to work using mobile computing devices 32% have worked full days from home, including 7% who do so "often," 9% "sometimes" and 15% "rarely" of small business employees have at some point worked remotely What people are saying about mobile computing and how it affects their lives WORKING HOURS 75% 25% 50% work from home outside of regular working hours - such as at night or on weekends - at least rarely, including 20% who do so "sometimes" and 13% "often" " Mobile computing has improved my life because I can work from anywhere " * Mobile computing has made my life more stressful because it's harder to escape work " % WORKING 50HRS OR MORE A WEEK: work 50 or more 26% hours a week Respondents who have ever worked remotely are far more likely to report longer work weeks. Worked remotely Never |10%: work 50 or more worked hours a week remotely USE OF DEVICES Small business employees who do remote work are most likely to connect to the office using: LAPTOPS 52% often 13% never 35% sometimes bas%: SMARTPHONES 7% acknowledge 51% often they have at some point lost a mobile computing device – their own, or 16% never V33% sometimes company-issued - that contained TABLETS 35% of ften company data. 25% never b40% sometimes GFI Source:

Working Remotely: Mobility Makes Most Happier

shared by ernestoolivares on Dec 29
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Longer hours mean lower job satisfaction – or so you might think. However, GFI’s recent small business survey indicates otherwise.




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