Remote working can bring loneliness, neck and back pain with it.
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57 per cent believe a four day week being implemented is likely.
64 per cent said they are increasing their digital skills training for remote working.
83 per cent said that remote working is good for their health and wellbeing.
Arabic women feel the most empowered.
With furloughed and remote working adding to the feeling of employee disengagement.
“One small benefit of COVID-19.”
32 per cent are planning on moving traditional to zero-hour or contingent contracts.
“Looking after our health and wellbeing is more important than ever.”
“Thousands of working hours could be lost without the proper technology and equipment.”
52 per cent admit they feel like they can get away with riskier behaviour.
The fear is that remote working could increase time wasted on mobiles.
Women seem to feel the impact of lockdown more so than men.
Despite fears that remote working could lead to security breaches.
A “support gap” has emerged where workers need more assistance from their leaders.