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The Future of Work is Remote

The Future of Work is Remote

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The Remote Work Report by GitLab

SUMMARY

The coronavirus pandemic has significantly increased remote and flexible working and this research examines the state of distributed work and reviews key motivators for both employees and employers.

This research reveals that over 40% of remote workers feel that it is important to work for an organization where all employees are remote. Around 25% of employees people surveyed for this report belong to an all-remote company.

According to the remote workers surveyed for this paper, more than half of them said that everyone in their company can contribute to process, values, and company direction.

The paper notes that remote workers aren’t all traveling nomads. The document notes that around 40% think that not having to commute is a key benefit of remote working. That free time can be spent on family, working, resting, and practicing sport. 

Remote workers think that overall it is more productive and more efficient to work remotely. Around three-fifths of remote workers believe that their company lives by its values. On the other hand, and unlike traditionally thought, more than half of remote workers travel less.

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Introduction

Remote workers

Commute 

Relocation

Company and remote work

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
The Future of Work is Remote
Sub-Title
The Remote Work Report by GitLab
Region
Global
Published
March 15, 2020
Publisher
GitLab
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
18
Number of Tables
0
Number of Exhibits
10
Topics
business-and-corona
Tags
corona, coronavirus, Covid-19, flexible work, GitLab, health, healthcare, home office, relocation, remote workers, renewable energy
Methodology
This report is based on a survey with 3,000 adult professionals, who work remotely or have the option to work remotely and are in roles with digital output.

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