A new report claims that many IT professionals will be happy to cut salaries so that long-term workers can stay in the setup indefinitely.
Research by financial solutions provider Hitachi Capital UK has found that being able to spend more time with your family as well as being able to balance domestic and family responsibilities with work is a major motivator for most employees. , Rare things she will remember about office life.
That’s why a flexible arrangement, in which employees choose which days of the week they will spend in the office, seems to be the most popular choice overall.
The company polled 1,000 office workers in the UK and found that they would accept a 27% pay cut to work from home on a permanent basis. On average, workers will be happy to accept an 8% reduction, while some will accept up to 20%.
Across a wide range of industries, those working in the media and entertainment were more willing to cut salaries to stay away, while those working in finance and legal were at least happy to do so.
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Surprisingly, even the workers most interested in this arrangement appear to be the lowest earners (one-third of those earning less than 55 55,000 a year, while those earning 55 55,000 and above) 20% of high earners).
Furthermore, the fewer the manpower, the more popular the arrangement of working at home. About two in five (39) of the General Z-ers want a permanent full-time position over 16 years. But these are the thousands of years that most would consider a pay cut (35), followed by more than 55 (25).
About one-third (31) of the office will be deprived of socialization.
Location plays an important role in employees’ feelings towards remote working, the report further claims that for those living in Scotland, being social is the biggest factor in returning to the office (32%). On the other hand, 50 workers in the Northeast would prefer to stay away, as it offers higher productivity.
“Epidemics have changed the way people want to work so that they can effectively manage their work and home life commitments. It is clear that the majority of employees have adapted very well to remote working while actually increasing productivity.
“Going forward, our research clearly shows that the noise of flexible work is so obvious that many employees are willing to sacrifice their salaries to achieve a better balance of work life in the long run. The opportunity to enter a talent pool that has gone through maximum flexibility – not only to understand their own development goals, but also to support the diversity and inclusion of the workplace.