When the pandemic first hit, students and employees were forced to adapt to a whole new way of doing things. With everyone at home, there were many stories of family members bursting on each other. It turns out, however, that working from home hasn’t damaged family relationships — it may even improve them, according to a new survey.
Deloitte’s Center for Technology, Media and Telecommunications conducted a investigation of 2,005 US consumers to better understand how people are interacting with technology post-pandemic.
Among employed adults with remote work experience, three-quarters prefer it, according to the survey. Overall, half of employed adults prefer virtual or hybrid work options.
Respondents listed the top benefits of working from home: no commuting, increased comfort of working from home, reduced risk of catching illnesses like COVID-19, better focus and increased bonding with the family.
Working from home also improves people’s health and relationships. Eight in 10 remote workers said their family relationships, work relationships, and physical and mental well-being improved or stayed the same. About half of respondents saw a significant improvement in each of these areas, while 35% of respondents said their relationships stayed the same, and less than 15% saw a significant decline.
Although most respondents reported not seeing significant improvements in their relationships with managers/supervisors and colleagues, most also did not see a decline.
There were still challenges to work from such as Burnout, unstable Internet service, longer hours and household responsibilities during working hours. It should be noted that the 17 challenges identified in the survey had a lower percentage of people reporting them as a challenge since 2021.
Students learning remotely feel the same way about working from home: 70% of students surveyed said they preferred virtual or hybrid options for attending school in the future. Six in 10 distance learners said their family relationships, work relationships, and physical and mental well-being improved or stayed the same.
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