A survey of business decision makers has found that just 2% of people want to work from the office full-time after COVID-19, with workers preferring to split their time between the home and the office from now on.
Most companies are affected because of a pandemic crisis. Organizations and universities are guiding staff to work remotely. Companies are planning to extend remote work programs for a more extended period.
There’s no doubt that COVID-19 has changed how we work, and while there have been many negatives to this pandemic, it presents a unique opportunity to shape the world of work in a way that improves the environment for a greater section of the workforce, a leadership expert says.
A new study from The Mom Project battles back at significant pandemic-induced job losses faced by mothers. Businesses that hire, retain and promote moms will fare better than counterparts that don’t.