It’s no shock that COVID-19 has altered the way in which we work and work together with one another in and out of doors of the office. Many organizations have shifted to distant work for security causes. Still, as we journey deeper into being sheltered in place, many workers are questioning once we’ll be returning to the office. Due to COVID-19, a number of firms like Twitter and Facebook not too long ago made the robust determination to transition their organizations to distant work completely, adapting the work at home mannequin.
“There’s no one-size-fits-all model for employers preparing to re-open their offices. While many workers are eager to return to the office, employers considering re-opening offices should clearly communicate that the workplace is going to look very different and keep employees informed on what that means for them. Now more than ever, employers must closely monitor local guidelines and listen to their employees to ensure they are meeting the needs of the people that fuel their business.” – Glassdoor Chief People Officer, Carina Cortez
A brand new survey from Glassdoor performed by The Harris Poll revealed that 45% of workers count on to return to their firm’s workplace this summer time, and practically 3 in 4 workers are desirous to return.
The new survey discovered that of U.S. workers who’re solely working from residence as a result of COVID-19:
Employees Are Ready to Get Back to the Office
Eagerness to Return: 72% say they’re desirous to return to their firm’s workplace, and amongst these:
- Men (79%) are extra seemingly than ladies (61%) to say they’re desirous to return to their firm’s workplace.
- Nearly half (45%) count on to return to working of their firm’s workplace in some capability in Summer 2020.
Top Factors: Socializing with coworkers (52%) and in-person work collaboration (46%) high the record of causes workers are desirous to return to their workplace.
Trust in Sr. Leaders: 83% belief their firm’s senior leaders to make an knowledgeable determination about when to re-open their workplace.
Employees’ Expectations for Health and Safety at Work
U.S. workers who’re solely working from residence as a result of COVID-19 count on their employer to do the next when their firm’s workplace re-opens:
- More than 3 in 4 (79%) count on their employer to supply disinfectant/hand sanitizer.
- Over half (54%) count on their employer to mandate workers to put on masks/gloves within the workplace.
- 45% count on their employer to house out workstations not less than six ft from different co-workers.
- 38% count on their employer to verify workers’ temperatures upon arriving at work.
COVID-19’s Impact on the Future of Work
More Flexible Work Options: 65% would work at home full-time after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted if given the choice.
Consider Remote Openings: 60% can be extra more likely to apply to a place that’s completely distant in the event that they have been on the lookout for a brand new job.
This survey was performed on-line throughout the United States by The Harris Poll on behalf of Glassdoor from April 29 – May 1, 2020, amongst 1,188 U.S. employed adults ages 18 and older, 472 of whom are solely working from residence as a result of COVID-19 and have been surveyed on their expectations for re-entering the office amid COVID-19.