Only one in three workers with 100% remote work receives financial compensation

Telecom law stipulates that employees have Right to provide necessary means and equipment to companies As for the development of the activity, however, Infojobs reported that 20% of teleworkers surveyed confirmed that their company did not provide them with basic work tools.

Although companies must bear or indemnify employees (according to what is established in the agreement or in collective agreements), only One in three (31%) of those working remotely receive some form of remuneration,

With regard to the work environment, half of the employed population believes that office required (52%), 48% of employees think the use of flexible hours should be optional, and 32% believe that companies should increase the number of portable digital devices.

On the other hand, about 40% of the employed population believe that their productivity is the same, whether from home or in the office, and 54% would choose the hybrid model as the norm when working,

Games and remote work are compatible

Results show that 31% of workers are those with the remote work model do more low-performance physical exercise, compared to 25% of those working face-to-face. Similarly, 22% of teleworkers indicated that they increased high-performance physical exercise in their daily activities, 7% more than those who worked in person (15%).

As for reasons to exercise more, the pros of both models highlight Motivation and the possibility of de-stressing or disconnecting,

The main reasons why employees dedicate less time to sports than in the period before the pandemic appear to be loss of exercise routine, increased workload and lack of desire.

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