Salveson Stetson Group: Remote Work Will Remain a Major Part of Company Workforce Strategy Post-Pandemic
In a survey of 118 senior human resources professionals, findings indicate that most companies plan to have from 25% to 100% of their workforce continue to work remotely post-pandemic. These numbers are consistent with the percentage of employees working from home during the height of the pandemic in 2020 and represent a significant shift in the way companies will work and interact with their employees moving forward.
According to Sally Stetson, Managing Partner at Salveson Stetson Group,
"The impacts of this shift are various and far reaching. Companies are currently rethinking how they pay their employees, manage performance, and create a work environment that promotes organizational values and belonging.”
Salveson Stetson Group conducted a survey that covered a broad range of topics regarding the pandemic’s impact on employment, work environment, and talent.
The survey revealed many key findings that will impact the future of work:
- Talent acquisition
- Talent retention
- Talent development
- Employee wellness
- Total rewards