Human connections were one of the most-missed aspects of the office by remote workers, showing that our need for social interaction runs deep, even if we love working from home.
Humans are social creatures. It’s in our blood and one of our deepest needs. Whether it’s a team event, a mid-morning coffee with your team or catching up at Friday afternoon drinks, there are just some things that are hard to replicate when working remotely.
Q. What are the types of support your employer can provide to make remote working more enjoyable?
We’re missing the connection between our co-workers. 54% of employees state that social inclusion is better in an office environment.
Q. In your opinion, what do you think is better for social inclusion?
Some things are just easier in-person – so much so that over half of employees believe that training is better/and or easier when in the office.
Q. In your opinion, what do you think is better for on-the-job training?
In 2022, we’re entering a new era of remote work.
No longer a demand of the pandemic, teams are exploring the possibilities of innovative working models that support business and human needs.
We asked 6,000 employees from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and the UK regions about this changing world of work.
Our findings cover;
...and so much more.
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