Mumbaiah A global study has brought out that 52 per cent of employees and 64 per cent of management level officers in India are liking and preferring new ways of working from home. After the lockdown imposed to curb the spread of the corona virus epidemic, most of the companies have facilitated their employees to work from home. The employees are in this new environment and are currently preferring to work from home.
The work survey among corporate employees was conducted by the cloud-based company service Nau between September 1 and 10. It was made among 8,100 office professionals from more than 500 companies from the US, UK, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, India, Japan, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. In addition, close to 900 top corporate officials of these companies, such as CEOs, CTOs, CFOs (C-suits), etc., also participated. The survey was conducted in India by about 1,000 employees of manufacturing, health, finance services, psus and telecom industry and 100 management level chief executives.
According to the survey, people in India have accepted this digital change and are likely to further enhance it in the country. The managing director of Service Nau (India and SAARC) Arun Bala Subramaniam said that 74 per cent of India’s executives admitted that their online work was also continuing. While in other countries surveyed, it is 89 per cent in the US, 98 per cent in britain and 98 per cent in Australia. It shows better acceptance of digital functioning in the country. But, at the same time, there is a lot to do in this area.