China News Network, Beijing, February 29th (Yang Yuqi) A survey report recently released in Beijing showed that during the new crown pneumonia epidemic, it is common for office workers to work remotely, and the proportion of remote offices in the Internet and finance industries is above 80%. . However, more than 30% of the respondents believe that the biggest problem with telecommuting is the inefficiency of work.
Data sheet: Employees wear masks to work. Photo by Zhang Lang of China News Agency
This report was released by a small number of people. This survey focuses on the public mentality related to the epidemic and the impact of the epidemic on employment and work methods. The survey covered 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, and completed 4,850 valid samples.
Regarding the "online time" of the public during the epidemic, the survey showed that 75.4% of the respondents used remote offices, 31.7% used online work meetings, 46.6% used online shopping, and 36.2% used online entertainment. 28.2% have used online education and training.
This survey report also calculated: "Roughly estimated that during the epidemic, about 160 million people across the country conducted online work meetings, 190 million people conducted online entertainment, 150 million people participated in online education and training, and 240 million People are shopping online. "
The report also made a special survey design for the return work of office workers. The survey shows that, in the respondents ’perspective, the resumption of work in the mainstream sense is based on the time notified by relevant government departments and units, accounting for 43.6% and 30.2%, respectively. 10.3% of the respondents are based on starting work on any occasion, and 12.8% said that only returning to the unit is the real return to work.
Chart source: Zero points
According to the survey, during the epidemic, it is more common for respondents to use remote offices to work, accounting for 75.4%. Large and medium-sized enterprises respondents use telecommuting more often, 77.5% and 79.5% respectively. The proportion of telecommuting workers in the Internet industry, financial industry and entertainment service industry is over 80%, which is higher than other industries.
83.1% of the respondents in the remote office reported that they had encountered problems. The biggest problem was that the work efficiency became lower (33.7%), followed by the poor home network (24.5%), and the remote office system was not mature enough ( 22.8%), poor work quality (17.8%), longer working hours per day (16.1%), etc.
The survey results also show that after the epidemic, more than 70% of the respondents' units will not continue to use remote offices, especially small and micro enterprises (80.4%) and government institutions (77.8%).
It is worth mentioning that the survey stated that after the epidemic, overall, the respondents' recognition of the unit has improved, especially among large and medium-sized enterprises.
28.2% of the respondents said that they prefer their own unit, most of them (56.9%) said they did not change, and 14.9% had a lower preference for the unit. Many of the middle and senior managers of the unit have increased their recognition of the unit, and the proportion is more than 35%, which is higher than the average staff of the unit (24.3%). (Finish)