Employees don’t want to go back to the office, give it up

Employees don't want to go back to the office, give it up


Some people thought that when generous unemployment benefits ran out, people would rush back to work. This isn’t true. There has been no rush to get back to work after Republican states cut the $300-a-week Federal benefit and other benefits that were paid by the federal government. Not nearly three-quarters of tech workers and employers in the UK said having the ability to work from home was very important. Over one in five people were looking for jobs where they could work from home, and that’s not all.


Most people would think about quitting if you tried to make them go back to work. 44 percent of people said they wanted to work from the office every day, but they didn’t want to. Employees make up 17%. Bosses want to work from home 3-5 days a week, but only 34 percent of employees said the same thing.


Com has done a survey and found that almost six out of 10 workers said they were more productive when they worked from home. On average, people were more productive at home than they thought they would be. There is no doubt that working from home is going to be around for a long time. And, they say that these new working arrangements will boost US worker productivity by 5% compared to the pre-pandemic economy.


No More Office Spaces?


In other words, working from home is a good way to make money. Even though, that doesn’t mean that you have to give up your old-fashioned office all at once. In the Dice State of Remote Work report, there’s a range of work that can be done from home. If you’re a worker, you might never want to cross the office door again. But some people prefer a flexible work schedule that allows them to work outside the office a certain number of days each week or month.


Most people who don’t want to come to work again don’t, says Dice, but only one in five. In fact, only 3% want to go back to the office as most of you remember it. Indeed, 7 percent of the people who took the survey said they would even give up 5% of their salary to work from home. Almost half of technologist said that working from home would make them more productive.


47 percent of people say it helps them have a better work-life balance. I think anyone who’s been paying attention to how the office has changed in the 21st century must agree with me on this. You can go with the flow, or you can fight it and lose your staffers and then your business.