Work From Home Is More Productive For 50% Indian Employees In Hybrid Mode (Survey Results)
There’s a big fan following for the Hybrid work system.
Say, why not!
You choose your preferred location and flexible work hours. You don’t have to spend 2 to 4 hours of your day traveling, to teach at your office. You can cook your own meal, serve your own food simultaneously and be more productive at work.
Do you know nearly five in ten Indian hybrid workers considering themselves more productive when working remotely, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc.
Analysts presented the findings of the Gartner 2021 Digital Worker Experience Survey during Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo 2021, which is taking place virtually in the India this week.
The survey was conducted in November and December 2020 among 10,080 full-time employees at organizations with 100 or more employees in the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific, including 1,550 in India.
“Indian workers’ use of technology has accelerated since the onset of the global pandemic in 2020,”
“Improved digital dexterity, willingness to use real-time mobile messaging and virtual meeting solutions, along with scheduled flexibility, led to employees experiencing an uptick in their overall productivity while working from home.”
Rashmi Kotipalli, principal research analyst at Gartner.
Real-Time Mobile Messaging Daily
According to the survey 83% Indian digital workers confirmed that they use real-time mobile messaging during work from home or in hybrid work system.
“Digital workplace technologies replaced in-person conversations, co-authoring content with co-workers in real-time and offline file transfers in 2020. These digital workplace technologies have now emerged as the core components of the “new work hub” which represents an evergreen collection of cloud-based, personal and team productivity technologies,” said Kotipalli.
Virtual Meetings Over In-Person
What Do You Prefer?
Indian hybrid workers reported that they prefer virtual meetings over in-person meetings.
“Virtual meetings has always been desired by Indian workers. During the pandemic, Indian workers experienced first-hand the flexibility benefits they can reap out of virtual meetings, and now this has become their preferred choice,”