Tips for small businesses: How to compete for top-quality remote workers
With remote work part of the 'new normal,' how can companies find and attract quality workers?
By Lesley Pyle|April 21, 2021 at 10:07 AM
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Going on a year since the pandemic took hold of our lives, there is no question that the work world has undergone a drastic transition. On the whole, employees have become accustomed to remote working, and many of them actually prefer it to being in the office. According to a FlexJobs survey, 65% of employee respondents want to be full-time remote post-pandemic, and 31% want a hybrid remote work environment—that’s 96% who desire some form of remote work.
Additionally, 80% of business leaders surveyed by Gartner plan to allow employees to work remotely at least part of the time after the pandemic, and 47% will let employees work from home full-time.
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