Future Forum assessed employees’ perspectives on workplace flexibility and post-pandemic work policies.

A survey of 10,243 workers in the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. was conducted from Nov. 16 – Dec. 22, 2022.

Key findings include:
1.) Employees who were dissatisfied with their level of flexibility at work were 43% more likely to say they felt burned out at work than those who were satisfied with their level of flexibility.
2.) Flexible workers were 57% more likely to say their company culture has improved over the past two years than workers who were fully in-person.
— Employees cited flexible remote work policies as the primary reason their workplace culture is changing for the better.
3.) Employees who don’t believe their company “is being very transparent regarding post-pandemic remote working policies” were 2.3x more likely to say they will “definitely” look for a new position in the coming year.
4.) 48% of workers under age 30 said they feel burned out at work compared to 40% of workers age 30 and up.

Find the original report here.

Heidy Modarelli handles Growth & Marketing for IPR. She has previously written for Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, The Next Web, and VentureBeat.
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