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Trend study on the future of work: Despite major reservations, medium-sized companies are committed to working from home

Trend study on the future of work: Despite major reservations, medium-sized companies are committed to working from home

Managing directors of medium-sized companies evaluate home office after two years of pandemic not unreservedly positive. However, you still want to make it possible to retain skilled workers and remain attractive to young talent. This is the result of the representative trend study “The future of work” by the German Innovation Institute for Sustainability and Digitization (DIND), which O2 Telef√≥nica supported. For the majority of respondents, the solution lies in the digitalization.

Only 27 percent of the medium-sized companies surveyed support mobile working. 71 percent of those surveyed fear that the creativity of employees in particular would suffer in the home office. Almost half also rate the leadership of teams as difficult, and 44 percent of the managing directors are of the opinion that their employees are less productive at home. Still want 82 percent continue to enable home office, in order to retain employees and to be able to survive in the competition for the best junior staff. One shows that working from home and hybrid working are not short-lived trends Study by the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO). For many, flexible working is part of the job self-evident part the employer brand.

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