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Remote working has been on the rise since 2005, but the pandemic accelerated its adoption across industries. In a 2022 survey, 36% of CIOs believed that work will transition into a permanent hybrid or work-from-home model.
While people commonly believe that the work-from-home culture arrived with the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020, 15-16% of survey respondents said that their company had already worked remotely even before the pandemic.
Remote working has not only created a better work culture for employees but also increased productivity and efficiency for employers. It has also opened up job opportunities for people with social anxiety, chronic illnesses, and disabilities, as well as providing flexibility for women balancing work and family responsibility.
Remote working has transformed the job landscape. Not only has it created a better work culture for employees, but it has also led to a more productive and efficient working scenario for employers as well.