Benchmark Surveys

Benchmark Survey: International Remote Work

Ranging from short-duration “work-ations” to permanent remote work arrangements, there is a wide variety of ways that employees can work from anywhere. Although the majority of companies allow international remote work, only 11% actively promote it as an employee differentiator. Most organizations (over 70%) that endorse remote work have a formal policy governing it. For those that permit but don’t promote it, there’s a general sentiment that if remote work is occurring– even if it’s not actively encouraged – there should at least be procedures or guidelines in place instead of being handled on a case-by-case basis.

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