Domestic Society
21:00 12 October 2021
Post by: WBJ

There will be no return to the pre-pandemic working pattern

There will be no return to the pre-pandemic working pattern
Source: Poly

Over one in three office workers in Poland appreciate working from home for significant time savings on commuting, the same percentage of employees (34 percent) indicate that performing official duties outside the company's premises contributed to less stress related to work, according to the study conducted by Spark Communications at the turn of August and September 2021 on behalf of Poly. Moreover, as many as 30 percent of Polish employees indicate that the advantage of working from home is the possibility of saving money due to the lack of necessity to travel to the company's headquarters. As an advantage of hybrid work, 22 percent of Polish respondents also indicated greater productivity in the performance of official duties. Interestingly, an increase in productivity is declared by as many as 24 percent of men compared to 20 percent of the surveyed women.

"Working outside the company's premises from the perspective of Polish employees is also a greater opportunity to focus on tasks and silence, which is often missing in a crowded office. It turns out that it is the right working conditions, including keeping silence, that is crucial from the employees' perspective – the lack of noise is the main advantage of performing official duties outside the office," Jakub Abramczyk, Sales Director Eastern Europe at Poly, said.


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