The New Remote Work Era: Trends in the Distributed Workforce

Key Findings

  1. By embracing remote work, organizations and industries that were once behind the curve are leveling the playing field and finding new opportunities to innovate and be more inclusive.
  2. By and large, fears about the transition to distributed work were not realized. The opposite was true: organizations and individuals saw benefits that they’d
    be hard pressed to give up now that they have successfully adapted their work cultures.
  3. Owing to these benefits, the ability to work remotely is now more widely deemed a prerequisite even across what would be considered ‘traditional’ organizations and industries.
  4. Organizations anticipate significant cost savings as a result of remote work. The majority of smaller* and high-performing organizations are expecting to reinvest those cost savings in key areas.

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