Employees are happier and more engaged but would appreciate better internet connections and faster IT support
"It appears concerns that remote working would drive mass employee burnout may have be unfounded, because many workers are thriving at home.
This is according to a new report from Lenovo, based on a study of more than 8,000 employees and IT decision-makers across 14 markets.
Almost all remote workers (83 percent) expect to continue operating from the home office for at least half the time, with a significant majority (60 percent) happy to do so. Given the choice, the vast majority (83 percent) would opt for a hybrid working model, whereby their time is split between home and the office.."
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