瀚纳仕:英国一半以上的员工将以远程+现场办公的混合模式工作

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20208月3日,/HRoot.com/近日,根据瀚纳仕的最新调查研究显示,英国超过一半(55%)的雇主预测员工将在六个月的时间内过渡到远程+现场办公的新时代。

 

这项针对13,500多名专业人士和雇主的调查发现,有59%的组织表示员工已经返回办公室工作,其中,东北地区(72%)和西北地区(68%)的更多雇主表示员工正在准备重返工作岗位,相比之下,大伦敦地区这一比例仅有44%。

 

此外,将近一半的组织(44%)通过轮班制返回办公室工作,既团队轮流在办公室和家里工作,或者在家里工作一周,在工作场所工作一周。组织采取的其他措施包括自愿返回办公室39%)和团队成员在不同时间上下班以避免高峰时间的错峰办公33%)。

 

尽管许多组织宣布员工可以在可预见的将来进行远程办公,但只有3%的雇主希望他们的员工队伍在六个月内完全处于远程办公状态,而11%的员工则希望可以进行远程办公。

 

瀚纳仕英国与爱尔兰董事总经理Simon Winfield表示:“在重新开设办公室时,员工的健康和安全仍应是重中之重,起初应该在自愿的基础上进行,并考虑到那些无法回国的员工的个人原因。但是,公司也需要现在展望未来。在发生了颠覆性的变化后,公司需要持续的灵活工作模式,而且似乎将以前所未有的规模继续下去。

 

Winfield补充表示“随着越来越多的组织开始以混合工作方式开展工作,保持公司文化并确保沟通透明是雇主的主要考虑因素。”

 

瀚纳仕认为,远程办公和办公室办公的混合模型很可能是未来的工作方式。有51%的员工希望在六个月后以混合模式工作。不到四分之一的受访者(22%)希望能够完全确保在一个工作场所办公。

 

瀚纳仕发现,各代人的偏好有所不同,Z世代(1995年后出生)中有34%的受访者更愿意全部时间在办公室工作,而X世代(19611982)和Y世代(19831995)则为21%。

 

不同地区之间也存在差异,伦敦地区的工作人员表示他们无法保证错过通勤高峰,其中16%的受访者希望在未来六个月内全部时间在办公室办公,而大多数受访者(58%)表示他们更愿意将远程和办公室办公相结合。

 

瀚纳仕还发现,有55%的雇主计划更改其灵活的工作政策以适应这种转变,三分之一(32%)的雇主保留在封锁期间安装的沟通和协作工具,还有30%的雇主计划减少其办公空间。

 

UK OVER HALF OF STAFF SET TO WORK IN HYBRID MODEL: HAYS

 

(Aug.3, 2020, /staffingindustry.com/)Over half, 55%, of employers in the UK predict staff will transition to a new era of part-remote and part-office working in six months’ time, according to new survey research from Hays.

 

The survey of over 13,500 professionals and employers found that 59% of organisations say staff are already returning to work in the office, with more employers in the North East (72%) and the North West (68%) saying staff are returning compared to 44% in Greater London.

 

Nearly half of organisations (44%) have returned to the office using split shifts, whereby teams alternate the days they work in the office and at home or work one week at home and one in the workplace. Other measures taken by organisations are a voluntary return (39%) and staggered hours, where team members start and finish at different hours to avoid peak travel times (33%).

 

Despite a number of organisations announcing staff can work remotely for the foreseeable future, only 3% of employers expect their workforce to be fully remote in six monthstime and 11% of employees would like to still be working remotely at that time.

 

Simon Winfield, Managing Director of Hays UK & Ireland, said, “The health and safety of staff needs to remain the top priority when reopening offices and initially this ought to happen on a voluntary basis to take into account those who are unable to return for their own personal reasons. However, companies need to look to the future now too. There’s been a seismic shift with demands for sustained flexible working and this looks set to continue on a scale never seen before.”

 

Winfield added, “As more organisations start to work in a hybrid working arrangement, maintaining the company culture and ensuring communication is transparent needs to be a key consideration for employers.”

 

According to Hays, a hybrid model of remote and office-based work is likely to be the future way of working. Alongside employers, 51% of staff would like to be working in a hybrid model in six monthstime. Less than a quarter, 22%, wish to be based fully in the workplace.

 

Hays found that preference differs across generations, as 34% of Gen Z (born after 1995) would prefer to be working in the office full time, compared to 21% of Gen X (1961 1982) and Gen Y(1983 1995).

 

Differences also occur across regions with those working in London indicating they havent missed their commute, with 16% wanting to be based in the office full time in six months and the majority, or 58%, stating they would prefer to do part-remote and part-office working.

 

Hays also found that 55% of employers are planning to change their flexible working policies to accommodate this shift, a third (32%) are retaining communication and collaboration tools installed during lockdown, and 30% plan to reduce their office space.

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