As the pandemic continues, working from home has gone from temporary novelty to a (sort of) new normal. People have figured out Zoom and worked through home WiFi issues. We’ve made the transition to thinking of “commuting” as going to another room or even just shifting our mental focus rather than a physical journey.
So, now that we are a few months into this new coronavirus-induced reality, how do professionals feel about their work from home (WFH) arrangements? Pipefy recently surveyed more than 400 employees of midsized and large firms to find out. As an interesting twist, they contrasted responses from seasoned remote workers to those new to WFH due to COVID-19.
While many of the findings weren’t surprising (employees feel they less visibility into the status of various projects when working from home, and they miss the spontaneous, casual conversations in their office work spaces), a few were. Here are half a dozen of the more noteworthy conclusions.