Do workers who have been working at home during the pandemic want to continue to do so? A Wells Fargo/Gallup survey released recently found 42% of 1,094 workers surveyed in August had a positive view of working remotely, versus 14% who viewed it negatively. Health worries were cited by half the people in the Korn Ferry survey. Nearly two thirds of workers say they’re more productive working from home - even with kids or a partner around, according to the Korn Ferry survey. Close to half of the people in the Wells Fargo survey had a negative view of remote schooling; 20% saw it in a positive light.
Source: The Star September 21, 2020 02:03 UTC