Home Office Still Preferred Despite Heating Costs
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More than 80% of employees expect their employer to ensure the possibility of working from home, and most would consider equipment and overhead support from their employer to be ideal in the current situation, according to an online survey conducted by the MISZ School Cooperative involving 400 people, writes hrportal.hu.
According to the survey, only around one in nine respondents will see their utilities increase significantly, but the majority of those who said they would not return to the office even if their energy costs were to rise dramatically.
Roughly half of the respondents stated that it is expected of their employer to ensure the possibility of working from home for most of their working hours, a third of them would stick to home office for a smaller part of their working hours or occasionally, while for the rest of the respondents this is not an expectation at all.
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