An Empirical Study on Future Willingness to Continie their Services Remotely among Employees and Managers
Keywords:Work from Home, Pandemic, Working Remotely
The people and especially the working group of people, gained numerous new experiences as a result of the unpredictability of pandemic lockdown. It has left an imprint on practically every industry, including the media, the food and beverage industry, the work of the government, schools and so on. People were compelled to remain in their houses while working their jobs on their personal computers and mobile devices. Everyone’s responses were all over the place to the same thing, but there was just no other option. Working from a remote location has become essential for everyone during this pandemic so that they may remain current on their work. This study seeks to find out the perspectives and willingness of employees and managers in working from home as opposed to staying at office for work in order to keep up with the times when people are going towards the new era of work. According to the findings of the study, the percentage of people willing to make the work to working remotely is much greater than the percentage of people who want to remain working in offices. They are willing to work working remotely in the future, despite the fact that they acknowledge the challenges they confront. According to the findings of the study, working remotely is something that many employees would want to do in the future, despite the fact that they are dissatisfied with their current jobs that include this form of work. According to the findings of the study, working from remote in the future may become a viable option to performing one’s duties in a conventional office working.
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