IT Professionals Desire More Atypical Forms of Employment
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Hungarian IT professionals want to use atypical forms of employment to a much greater extent than domestic employers currently allow them to do, according to the results of a recent survey, writes hrportal.hu.
That is why more and more people are considering working for a foreign employer remotely or as a digital nomad, according to the Association for the Digital Economy (IVSZ).
IT professionals liked the partial or full home office so much that they would return to the office for a few days a week at most.
While before the epidemic, 62% of respondents only worked in the office, during the coronavirus this proportion dropped to 13%, and the proportion of those working exclusively from home increased almost fivefold (to 37%).
Home office-predominant hybrid work has quadrupled.
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