According to a survey performed by job website Indeed, 67 per cent giant and 70 per cent mid-size Indian companies versus their world counterparts (60 per cent giant and 34 per cent mid-size) are not in favour of a post-pandemic, remote working set-up.
Even digitally agile startups indicated they’ll revert to an in-office mannequin put up the pandemic with 90 per cent saying they might not wish to proceed remote working as soon as an answer for the pandemic was in place.
“Remote work has served as an equalizer, pushing corporations to reimagine and reorganize their work fashions, encouraging employees to adapt to new ideas of flexibility and productiveness,” Sashi Kumar, Managing Director, Indeed India, mentioned in a press release.
More than 45 per cent workers additionally mentioned reverse migration is momentary and 50 per cent workers mentioned they have been prepared to shift again to a metro from their native place if the job calls for it.
They attributed a future return to points like availability of make money working from home (WFH) choices (29 per cent) and bringing the pandemic beneath management (24 per cent), with solely 9 per cent saying they’ll keep on in their native locations completely.
According to the survey, that included 1200 workers and 600 employers, solely 32 per cent mentioned they’re prepared to take any type of pay lower even when it means discovering a job in their native place.
The willingness to take a pay lower in order to work from their hometowns decreases with hierarchy — 88 per cent senior-level workers say they have been unwilling to take a pay lower and 50 per cent say they might shift again to a metro if their job calls for it.
The pandemic has hit boomers tougher than millennials in phrases of job prospects and almost twice as many boomers (44 per cent) than millennials (25 per cent) say it is going to be troublesome to discover a job in their native place.
Also, 61 per cent boomers are unwilling to take a pay lower to work from their hometowns.
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