Did you know that 90% of remote workers plan on working remotely for the rest of their careers? 79% of knowledge workers said they work from home, and 60% of remote workers said that if they could, they would leave their current job for a full-time remote position at the same pay rate. Check out our infographic "The State of Remote Working" for the latest remote working statistics and trends.
55% of hiring managers agree that remote work among full-time employees is more common and expect up to 38% of their full-time workers will be working remotely in the next decade
68% of job seekers who are millennials said an option to work remotely would greatly increase their interest in specific employers
70% of professionals work remotely at least one day a week, while 53% work remotely for at least half of the week
Employees who work from home at least once a month are 24% more likely to feel happy and productive at work
More than half (58%) of workers said working away from their office would improve their motivation levels
More than a third (39%) of people who mostly work from home often work additional hours to complete their tasks, compared with less than a quarter (24%) of those in fixed workplaces
Two-thirds of managers who offer telecommuting flexibility report that employees who work from home are overall more productive
62% of people have left or are considering leaving a job because of a lack of workplace flexibility
38% of workers say the ability to work remotely has the greatest impact on their workplace satisfaction
49% say the ability to work from any location, anytime has the greatest impact on their productivity.
Employees who spend 60%-80% of their time working remotely are the most engaged and feel they make more progress during the day
85% of customer contact managers agree that offering work at home programs enables them to hire more qualified talent
79% of employees said they’d be more loyal to the company if they had flexible work options