Change Your Mind With This Remote Work Statistics (2022)

In 2022, statistics revealed that remote work increased productivity, efficiency, quality, and profitability. Learn how this benefits your business.
REMOTO WORKFORCE Team I Updated on - July 15, 2022
 

Do you think remote work is a passing trend? If so, you might want to reconsider your opinion after reading this blog post.

Remote work has been on the rise for the past few years, and even more during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it doesn’t look like it will stop anytime soon. In fact, remote work is predicted to grow even more in 2022. 

Keep reading to learn more about the remote work trend and why it’s here to stay.



Remote Work Increases Productivity, Efficiency, and Quality

There are a number of ways in which remote work can increase productivity for businesses and employees. 

First, it can eliminate the need for commuting, which can save employees time and money. Remote work can be a sustainable labor model since miles driven by commuting workers can be reduced by up to 140 billion per year.

In addition, working from home can allow employees to create a more flexible career and schedule that fits their needs and lifestyle. This will bring productivity, efficiency, and high-quality work to companies. 

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home was perceived as an invitation to procrastination, but, in fact, Prodoscopore reported an increase in productivity for employees and business of 47% since March of 2020.

Also, Susannah Sudborough found that remote work doesn’t lower productivity, according to current scientific research. During disasters, remote working eased difficulties inherent to displacement and changing labor routines.

Remote work not only adapts to the current situation of employees but also to transformations in the environment that can impact the production process within companies in the US

Working remotely can increase work quality because it allows employees to have more control over their time and environment. Workers who can set their own schedules and take breaks when needed tend to be more productive and creative. 

 

How Can Remote Work Increase Profitability?

There are a number of ways in which remote work can increase profitability. First, businesses can save on expensive office space and related costs by allowing employees to work from home or other locations outside of the office. 

Also, employees will find this option more attractive. A study conducted by PR Newswire revealed that 80% of American workers would turn down a job that doesn’t offer flexible or remote options for working.

Second, remote work can improve employee productivity by eliminating or reducing distractions and time-wasting activities such as commuting. Mike Kulakov explained that, in a recent study, remote workers pointed out decreased stress by 78%. 

And finally, by making it easier for employees to maintain a healthy work-life balance, remote work can lead to improved mental health and decreased stress levels, both of which can boost productivity, efficiency, and profitability. 

If you want to learn more about the benefits of remote work for your business, watch this TED talk


There you have it. Remote work is becoming more popular for a lot of benefits— it increases productivity, efficiency, and quality. It also helps to increase profitability.

If you’re looking for a way to change things up in your business or want to start working remotely, these statistics are definitely something to keep in mind.

 

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