Telecommuting came in, the workers wouldn’t really go back to the office

Of all workers, 16 per cent, while 20 per cent of intellectual workers, worked telework in May 2021. 19 percent of them indicated that they would return to work every day of the week after the restrictions – according to a population survey of GKI Economic Research Ltd.

7 percent of subordinates working in the public sector worked telecommuting, of which 1 percent return to the office, so 6 percent of all such employees remain telecommuting. 8 percent of top and middle executives work telecommuting, 7 percent of them will remain in this form of employment.

Nearly two-fifths (37 percent) of subordinates working in the most interesting competitive sector in terms of utilization of corporate office space worked telecommuting, of which 7 percent quit permanently, so nearly a third of these employees will work part or all from home. That’s roughly 650,000 home workers.

It is important to look at how many days a week they still know telecommuters plan to work this way. A quarter plan to work full-time (five days) telecommuting, 10 percent 4 days, and 28 percent 3 days. That is, nearly two-thirds (63 percent) of those who stay in telework stay at home most of the week. One day a week, 7 percent of still teleworkers will work, and two days, 30 percent will work remotely.

This raises the question of whether (if employees ’expectations are met) it is really worthwhile for employers to rent / maintain the current total office space, as nearly 15 percent of the currently rented / owned office space is expected to remain unused.

Distribution of teleworkers in the future

As leases expire, there will be increasing pressure on landlords as overhead costs increase with almost nothing, so the profit margin on leasing will fall significantly. This, in turn, can affect the eligibility of project loans as well as the affordability of new office buildings.

Plans for teleworkers (per cent)
PostHe is currently working remotelyHe gives up telecommutingHe stays telecommuting
Subordinate in the private sector37 percent7 percent30 percent
Subordinate in the public sector7 percent1 percent6 percent
Top and middle manager8 percent1 percent7 percent
Other non – manual workers29 percent5 percent24 percent
Individual and agricultural entrepreneurs24 percent6 percent18 percent
Spiritual workers20 percent4 percent16 percent
All employees16 percent2 percent14 percent
source: GKI population survey

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