A vast number (85%) of Americans said they prefer to apply for jobs that definitively offer remote working or hybrid options, while some said they would take up to a 50% pay cut to work from home.
When the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns forced workers across the world to work-from-home, employees and CHROs scrambled to make the best of a bad situation. However, 18 months later and remote work or work from anywhere looks like it isn't going anywhere - offering new opportunities for employers and employees all alike.
People analytics will play an important role in buy-ins for HR policies. At the same time, managers will need to be hired, trained, and promoted with the mindset that they do not need to know all the answers.
Tech giant Google revealed earlier in the year that it would adopt a hybrid work model offering more flexibility to Google employees.
Hong Kong ranks 60th in Workmotion study that provides key insights for business leaders about recruiting employees who prefer to work from outside the office and in other locations globally.
This is compared to 26% who believe it has improved the culture, and more than three in 10 (34%) who believe it has made no change.
About four in five (81%) employers in Hong Kong think hybrid work is feasible in the future; while 62% of them have plans to implement it permanently.
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