According to the new 2015 Work-Life Fit survey, nine out of 10 U.S. employees believe that their boss trusts them to get their work done – regardless of where or when.
It’s yet another indicator that the perpetual (and decades long) conversation about the flexible work environment has finally shifted. It’s no longer about whether or not to offer a policy — that’s been settled. Instead, the focus should now turn to the infrastructure and overall company strategy to make remote work successful. Read More at Harvard Business Review
2015 Research Finds Employees Feel Surprisingly Trusted but Inefficiencies Abound in How We Work
A surprising 9 out of 10 full-time U.S. employees believe their boss trusts them to get their job done regardless of where and when they do their work. And, while additional data indicates employees have become upbeat about their increasingly flexible workplaces, inefficiencies abound in how workers use technology and communicate, and there is a lack of training and infrastructure available to support flexible work.