Almost 60 percent of Americans think COVID-19 has changed the way we work for the better, according to WalletHub.
WalletHub’s survey examined Americans’ thoughts about working from home during the coronavirus pandemic and a potential return to an office, including how being at home has affected productivity and what people miss most about the office. Below are highlights of the survey, along with a WalletHub Q&A.
- Harsh penalties for not returning to the workplace. A third of Americans believe that businesses should fire employees who refuse to go back to work.
- Parents’ work efficiency may suffer at home. Around 50 percent of parents with young children at home don’t think they are more productive working from home.
- Working from home seen as the future. Almost a third of Americans think that physical offices are a thing of the past.
- Positive changes to the work environment. Almost 60 percent of Americans think COVID-19 has changed the way we work for the better.
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For three months, we’ve gotten the “hand washing concept”; next we’ll work on the turn signal in many cars and trucks.
I’m not sure that people are intelligent enough to do that, Alston, or use a 4 way stop properly.