The COVID-19 pandemic forced US organizations into accommodations to keep their businesses running. Where possible, remote 'work-from-home' alternatives were developed to maintain operations. While there were some studder-steps early in the process, many business processes remained effective, and results were generally positive. The remote work alternative was seen as a viable working arrangement for both the organization and its employees.
As organizations emerge from the pandemic, many are considering return to "normal" working arrangements and are faced with trading off between "normal" and a possible shift, as many employees now prefer remote work for a variety of reasons.
The results of our Remote Work & Compensation Pulse Survey highlight some important findings that organizations should consider as they chart a new path forward.