Why employers might not offer remote work options to junior staff

Organizations have begun crafting their remote work policies for the post-COVID-19 era, but concerns over the productivity and preferences of newer and younger employees are leading some to consider instituting different rules for junior staff.

According to a recent survey conducted by Nintex, a process management and workflow automation company, 80% of C-suite executives and 83% of VP-level employees say working remotely has been better and more productive than expected, compared with only 53% of junior employees.

Younger employees have indicated a preference for in-person work. According to a recent study conducted by PwC, 34% of workers aged 18-24 would prefer working remotely one day a week or less, compared with only 20% of all other respondents.


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