57 percent of employees in Poland expect that after the pandemic they will continue to work remotely – according to a study by Deloitte, a consulting firm. At the same time 31%. You fear you will have to work more for the same pay.

The Voice of the European Workforce Poll was conducted in June 2020 and included 10,000 people. Employees from seven countries in Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Great Britain, and Poland).

80 percent of European respondents admitted to the survey that they have witnessed at least one change in working conditions in recent months, which is the most common, indicated by 57%. Of the respondents, there was a transition to remote work. OK. 60 percent of people who worked remotely and 20 percent. Performing their duties from the office they admit that the work has become more flexible in its form.

According to our report, the percentage of remote work is expected to increase after the return to normal by 62 percent. Employees in Europe and 57%. On the Vistula. Interestingly, in the case of respondents from Europe, this percentage is higher among people who did not work remotely before the outbreak of the epidemic and reaches 70%. – Partner, leader of the Central European Human Capital team, John Josiak, said in the statement.

For more than 80 percent of respondents in Europe, it was easy or too easy to switch to remote work due to the pandemic and other related changes, such as flexible working hours and greater independence. The majority of European workers (86%) answered that it was easier for them to adjust to their increased independence in the workplace. Polish employees often cited changing hours and a more flexible schedule (85 percent) – Deloitte reported.

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