Reconfinement: 4 out of 10 executives alternate teleworking and face-to-face activity. Among executives who alternate face-to-face and teleworking, more than half (56%) explain that it is their “company [which] does not wish to set up teleworking 100%”, reveals a survey by Cadremploi published on Wednesday. The survey also shows that a large majority of people questioned say they gain efficiency, productivity and concentration through teleworking.
Reconfinement: 4 out of 10 executives alternate teleworking and face-to-face activity
Four in ten executives (39%) alternated teleworking and face-to-face activity in the first days of the reconfinement, while nearly a third of executives (32%) teleworked 100%, according to a survey by Cadremploi carried out from November 6 to 9 and published this Wednesday. Alongside these management employees who practice teleworking totally or occasionally, nearly one in six managers (17%) worked only face-to-face. And the company of 3% of executives was “forced to close”, indicates Cadremploi. You can browse here for world news.
Among the executives who alternate face-to-face and teleworking, more than half (56%) explain that it is their “company [which] does not wish to set up teleworking 100%”. More than a third (34%) indicate that their activity “does not allow” a practice of teleworking five days out of five. And nearly two in ten (16%) “don’t want” to telecommute 100% themselves.
Nearly four out of ten executives (36%) who work from home totally or partially have “set up an office space” at their home “since the first confinement”, while more than four in ten (42%) had “already a space office”. But more than two in ten (22%) do not “have the possibility of arranging” such a place to telecommute.
About two-thirds of executives who telework partially or 100% say they gain from teleworking in efficiency (65%), productivity (63%) and concentration (63%). About half complain of a negative impact on their posture (54%), physical activity (47%) and disconnection (47%).
Nearly half of all executives (48%) say their company had “anticipated the possibility of a second containment” and a majority (59%) believe it was ready for the re-containment. A third (33%) think they are living this period “better than the first confinement”, but a quarter (25%) “less well”.