Only 1/3 still work from home

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One in three office workers work wholly or partly from home, while only one-fifth of employers allow employees to spend all their working days in a home office, according to a recent Epson survey in Hungary, writes hrportal.hu.

According to the first post-pandemic research in Hungary, there is not only a gap between the two sides in assessing work at home; there is no consensus on what makes a good job.

After the pandemic subsided, most workers had to return to their original pre-pandemic conditions; 76% of workers in the survey go to work almost every day.

However, 24% of respondents work primarily from home, with 36% of those engaged in intellectual activity.

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