“The time saved translates to time worth 44 additional working days in a year. People have realised that ability to work from home is possible without compromising on productivity. It was expected that in five years more people will either work from home or near home. COVID19 has fast tracked this,” mentioned Awfis CEO Amit Ramani.
According to the survey’s findings, virtually 74 p.c of the members want working remotely, which is strictly what a separate Lenovo analysis in July discovered as properly. Almost 20 p.c of workers are saving someplace round Rs.5,000 – Rs.10,000 monthly because of distant work. Meanwhile, 19 p.c are reportedly saving over Rs.10,000.
Managing time is likely one of the major hurdles in terms of distant work. However, 75 p.c of members conveyed they’re able to make a wholesome stability in time. That mentioned, working remotely comes with its personal set of downsides. Almost 27 p.c of the members mentioned they miss networking with colleagues. Also, there are just a few corporations which can be missing correct infrastructure for facilitating distant work.
“Now that the lines between home and work are blurring, companies need to create policies that describe clear demarcations between the two to make remote work sustainable in the long run,” notes the survey.