Six in 10 US Employees Prefer Working from Home amid Pandemic

Six in 10 US Employees Prefer Working from Home amid Pandemic

Amid the rising number of coronavirus cases in the US, many companies are continuing to allow their employees to work remotely. Among US employees who are currently working and/or working from home, nearly nine in 10 believe that companies will now be working more virtually, according to June research from Provoke Insights. 

And although 63% of respondents said that they miss seeing their colleagues in-person, 64% said that they are just as productive working virtually, and 61% said they prefer working from home. 

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