What Europe’s Office Workers Want From The Workplace
According to new research from Targus, European office workers are relatively unprepared to adopt “work from anywhere” models.
The survey found that people want to come into offices again, but also want more flexibility and to be trusted to work from other locations.
Reduced days in the office was ranked as the number one expectation from employees by just less than half of Brits. However, employers have been found as unequipped with the tools to help staff with the necessary tools needed to be productive.
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Additionally, around a quarter of British office workers said they were not supplied or given a budget to put towards work from home equipment.
Working from home varied across different households in Europe. In Germany, workers were the most eager to return to the office at 62%, while 59% of workers in France were reluctant to return.
The needs of the workplace also varied across generations, with 60% of British Gen Zers wanting to return to the office, compared to the 51% of 45 to 54-year-holds that didn’t.
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