Arkphire study finds bosses and staff divided over remote working

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th February, 2021
Arkphire study finds bosses and staff divided over remote working
Paschal Naylor, chief executive of Arkphire: ‘Business leaders need to reflect on the inherent challenges associated with long-term remote working from an employee’s perspective’

Research conducted by Arkphire, the IT services provider, has found a significant difference in the perceived success of remote working between office workers and those in senior management positions.

The study surveyed 200 senior directors and 500 office employees to gauge the sentiments of both to remote work. The survey was co-sponsored by Citrix and Dell Technologies Ireland.

On the whole, senior company directors believed that remote working has had a significantly more positive impact on their...

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