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Growing Remote

42% of remote workers plan to work remotely more frequently than they currently do in the next 5 years, and that more than half of on-site workers want to start working remotely.
43% of US employers said they plan to allow their employees to have more remote working opportunities in the next year. Only 9% said they plan to offer less.
2.9% of the total U.S. workforce, or 3.9 million U.S. employees, work from home at least half of the time. That's a 115% increase since 2005, when there were 1.8 million U.S. employees working from home at least half the time.
A nationally representative survey of U.S. workers conducted by PWC found that 68% of those surveyed believe that, within the next five years, work will be done remotely instead of in a traditional office.
Source Work-life 3.0

Employee Retention

Remote workers are 13% more likely than on-site workers to say that they will stay in their current job for the next 5 years.
54% of office workers said they would leave their job for a job that offers flexible work time (the choice over when they worked).
Flexible work arrangements are a major consideration for 77% of employees when evaluating future job opportunities.
Companies who offer a remote option saw a 50% employee attrition decrease.
Source Flexjobs
Organizations that allow for remote work can save significant costs
50% of employers who offer their employees remote work say that remote work has reduced absenteeism, and 50% said it has saved them operational costs (50%).
47% of Aetna's employees use flexible workspaces. That let Aetna get rid of 2.7 million square feet of office space, a savings of about $78 million annually.
Source Forbes
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