KAO NAVI HR Technology Research Institute, a research institute of Kao Navi, conducts a fact-finding survey on remote work [telework]. The result is June 24Announcementdid. The target of the survey is 300 people who are working in a company with 10 or more employees, excluding freelance workers in their 20s and 60s, who come to work every day or 2-3 days a week, and who are doing remote work. .. The survey period was from May 1st to 7th, and was conducted online.
According to a survey of desires to continue remote work, 28.7% said they wanted to continue and 23.0% said they wanted to continue, and more than half said they wanted to continue remote work. On the other hand, "I don't want to continue" was 6.0%, and "I don't want to continue" was 10.0%, with less than 20% not wanting to continue.
Many people want to continue remote work, but depending on the attributes of the respondents, there is a slight gap in the proportion of those who want to continue. Regarding the desire to continue, one in five managers said that they did not want to continue [21.3%].
There are differences in gender as well, with 49.4% of men wanting to continue remote work, while 63.3% of women want it. Similarly, the percentage of those who answered “I don't want to continue” is 8.2% among women, compared with 17.5% for men.
Investigate the concern about the organization when remote work is to be continued. The top responses are "Human resource development becomes difficult" [39.0%], "Business progress is slow" [32.0%], and "It is difficult to maintain results such as sales and achievement rate" [28.3%]. ing.
Regarding questions about measures that seemed to be useful for remote work, “Introduction/utilization of online meeting tools” [40.0%] far exceeded other answers, and “Introduction/utilization of workflow tools” [22.3%]. , "Introduction and utilization of business chat tools and in-house SNS" [21.7%] was also answered. In addition, 24.7% said that they did not have any particular answer.
Kaonavi HR Technology Research Institute said that there is a challenging issue of how to manage under remote work, "In the context of recruiting employees, improving engagement and preventing turnover, remote work is positive for companies. It's worth the effort and it's worth it."