More than four-fifths of global workforce rule out return to office full-time

(Source:Computer Weekly)

The new normal of increased remote working has emerged into a permanent shift in working practices, and a study from mobile-centric security platform provider MobileIron is imploring CIOS to start planning for the new reality of the everywhere enterprise with a level of disparity when it comes to employees’ visions on how they’d like to work in the future.

The study polled 1,200 workers across the US, UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand, and its top line finding was that more than 80% of global employees do not want to return to the office full-time, despite just under a third (30%) of employees claiming that being isolated from their team was the biggest hindrance to productivity during lockdown.