Thus, 55% of business representatives said that up to 10% of employees work remotely in their companies.
At the same time, 20% of employers noted that they transferred up to 30% of employees to remote work.
In another 14% of companies, up to 50% of employees work remotely.
At the same time, about 6% of survey participants said that up to 70% of their employees work remotely, and 5% of companies have their entire staff working remotely.
As part of the study, analysts also found out how many percent of employers in the future plan to return their company to work as usual.
In particular, 34% of employers are going to call all their employees to their offices.
At the same time, 27% of companies planned to return from telecommuting only part of the workers.
31% of the surveyed business representatives do not plan to change the regime yet, and 8% decided to continue working in the remote format in the future.
More than 1,000 representatives of companies from all regions of the country took part in the survey.
Earlier, the psychologist told how to adapt to returning to the office after telecommuting.