What workers want: Flexibility.

Flexibility includes—but isn’t only—remote work.

Preferences for remote, hybrid and in person work vary by generation and gender. Digging into what’s behind the preferences can help employers better understand whether requests for remote work are stemming from desires for more flexible shift times, the cost of travel (both time and money), dress code, insulation from negative or discriminatory work culture, a preference for working independently, ability to cover unexpected family demands, or something else. Understanding these factors can help employers improve overall workplace culture and environment.

Remote work preferences

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