Just 6 per cent of the UK population are currently working remotely, new survey data reveals. The data, which was commissioned by Digital Adoption and polled a nationally representative sample of over 10,000 UK residents, revealed that just 1 in 21 Brits (5.97%) are spending their workdays in the comfort of their own homes.
The experts at whenworkworks.org, whilst researching the work-from-home culture, discovered that 66 per cent of women preferred working from home and 54 per cent of men preferred working from home.
As hybrid working strategies mature, companies are fast discovering that choice is vital. Employers need to offer a flexible approach to balance diverse home and office working preferences. But they must also provide a choice of technology options, especially in key unified communication (UC) tools. This is according to Jason Barker, SVP EMEA & APAC at IR.
Targus, experts in laptop cases and mobile computing accessories has released the results of its annual 2023 Global Workplace Study, which examines the key factors, tools, and trends that are important for improving employee well-being, engagement, and productivity.