100+ Statistics of Remote Work 2020

remote work statistics 2020

Scope of Remote Work

When the pandemic ends, leaders and managers will have the time and patience to reflect on what millions of people learned from “the world’s largest work-from-home experiment.”

Covid-19 induced remote working created an unexpected impact on the employees working remotely during 2020

scope of remote work

Companies are slowly recognising that having a 100% remote company is better than partially remote teams

fully remote work

Economic Impact

Scope of Remote Jobs

Remote Recruitment

Managing remotely allows individuals to get creative, leverage their strengths, and engage with their teams in different and meaningful ways.

Companies Stance Who Do Not Recommend Remote Work
But Instead, Remote Work Probably Means Working Too Much

remote workers tend to work more

Digital Transformation

95% Of Organizations Agree That A Digital Workplace Is Important

 Key Industries Driving the Shift To Remote Office
Cyber Security
Rise of Cloud Computing
Industries Most Impacted in 2020 are Using Mobile as Remote Tool

Remote communication tool “Microsoft’s team” mobile user grew more than 300% from February-March 2020 and are still growing

Remote Tool Zoom Has Seen an Unprecedented Growth in 2020

Video conferencing app Zoom daily meeting participants figure was reported to be 300 million active participants in 2020 compared to 10 million participants in December 2019. (zoom)

Benefits and Profits

remote work in 2020

Improved Productivity
More Earnings
Accountability

Remote or not, employees can only be accountable for what’s expected of them.

Work Flexibility

remote work benefit

Leaders who want to attract and retain talent of any age should know how important flexible policies are to the workforce.

Challenges

challenges of remote work

Most Common Remote Work Challenges In 2020
Monthly Expenses are Not Covered By Company
Need for Workforce Reskilling
Workers Rely on the following Stress-Reducing Activities 

Bottom Line

The year 2020 has seen the biggest remote work revolution in the history ever. Due to coronavirus, there has been a seismic shift in how the global workforce typically experience employment. Now that some of these employees may be able to return to their workplace, it appears only a quarter are emotionally ready. Another quarter is reluctant to return and this says a lot about the upcoming future of remote work. Pandemic or no pandemic remote work is here to stay.

By Anshika Awasthi

Competitive, real; loves to keep working for what it wants. An extrovert who lives by her own ideas and methods.

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