Monday, October 25

Harvard research: People don’t want to go back to the office

Most people don’t want to lose their home-working model, according to a study of home-based work. Employees want to work flexibly when needed, believing that working from home increases their performance. Finally, individuals who are married and have children stand out among those who want to return to the office.

Harvard University, one of the world’s leading educational institutions. made research on the home-working model.

The results of an interesting study about working from home, which entered our lives with the Covid-19 pandemic, have been published.

The most prominent topic of the study in the form of a survey is that 81 percent of people do not want to return to the office completely. Most people think flexible work is productive. 27 percent of the participants want to work remotely full time.

61 percent want to go to the office for only two or three days. Only 18 percent of respondents want to return to work full time. The most interesting thing is the demographic structure of those who want to return to the office. People with children want to return to the office more than those without children. Similarly, the rate of those who want to return to the office is higher among married people than singles.

According to research conducted in the USA, 51 percent of people do not want to go to the office without being vaccinated. 71 percent are disturbed by the thought that not everyone in the office is vaccinated. 54 percent expect social distance in the office.

Important results were also obtained in the performance evaluation in the study. One in three people rated the 2020 performance better than 2019. Again, one in three people said they were better focused when they were at home.

However, again, one in three people said that they gained more than 5 kilos while working from home.