The Flex StudyGlobal Findings on the Future of Flexible Work

Flex Summit

Work, as we know it, has changed. Flexible work is the new operating model. Though the advent of COVID-19 in 2020 demanded companies to immediately pivot to flexible work models — whether they had allowed flexibility in the past or not — the fact is that the pandemic allowed companies and their employees alike to discover the benefits of this approach at all levels.

Drawing on global research, this report paves a path for the future, specifically how workplaces can manage people, implement policy, and hone practices to ensure teams at every level of their organization thrive in this evolved environment.

We surveyed more than 8,800 workers across roles, regions, and industries to gather viewpoints on flexible work.

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Report Highlights

Flexible work is the new operating model 75% of all workers surveyed believe flexible work should be a standard practice, not a benefit.
How attitudes toward remote work have shifted

Percentage of workers who think management is more trusting of remote work since March 2020:

  • Frontline Workers
  • Office Workers
  • Senior Leaders

Employees are more engaged than you think

Respondents Breakdown by Geography
  • 76%
  • 81%
  • 67%
  • 77%
  • Australia
  • France
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
of all respondents feel currently engaged at work

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