Blended work settings to become the norm post-pandemic

A study by PeopleSource has found that 84 per cent of workers now place a greater emphasis on flexibility, and that between one and three days in the office is the ideal for most

16th August, 2020
Blended work settings to become the norm post-pandemic
While 74 per cent of survey respondents viewed remote meetings positively, 34 per cent said they felt more confident participating in face-to-face meetings

This year’s PeopleSource Tipping Point survey focused on Irish professionals’ perceptions of the impact of Covid-19 on their working lives. With more than 2,500 responses, their views were wide-ranging and varied.

It is no surprise that 84 per cent said they now placed a greater emphasis on flexible working, while 49 per cent wanted to spend more time with their family.

More than 82 per cent identified the ideal amount of in-office working time at...

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