The Future of Remote Work, According to Startups #infographic

The Future of Remote Work, According to Startups #infographic

Wherever you log in from around the world — Silicon Valley, London and beyond — COVID-19 has sparked a mass migration of typical office life. Now that the fortunate among us has settled into remote work, it remains to be wondered if this massive, inadvertent work-from - home initiative will change life for good.

In the following maps, we highlight data from a detailed survey carried out by Founders Forum, a UK-based startup network, in which hundreds of founders and their teams disclosed their remote work experiences and their aspirations for a post-pandemic future.
Although the future remains a blank page, it is obvious that hundreds of startups do not have plans to hit backspace on remote work.

If history has taught us something, it's that global disasters can cause systemic social change, including the lasting impact of 9/11 on airport health.

While most survey respondents have intentions to return to the workplace as a direct consequence of COVID-19 within six months, several businesses are rethinking their policies on remote work.

Why will that be in a post-pandemic environment?
 A plausible post-pandemic work scenario could involve 3 to 5 days of remote work per week, with a few dedicated in-office days for the entire team, based on the startup responses.

The Future of Remote Work, According to Startups #infographic

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