- Survey of 1,011 employees shows how companies are dealing with New Work
- 29 percent of those surveyed feel overwhelmed by new work environments
- 48 percent want more support and training from their employers
Norderstedt, 16 March 2021 – Within the last few years, digitalization and new technologies have permanently changed requirements in the working world. And the coronavirus pandemic has only served to reinforce the trend of moving work out of the classic office environment. The new online survey of 1,011 employees in Germany, conducted at the end of 2020 by Corp News Media Thöring & Stuhr on behalf of Lufthansa Industry Solutions, shows the extent to which digitalization has spread in the corporate world.
Home office working not working out
The results of the survey show the evolution of home office working from exception to normality, reveal the experiences of users of tools such as Skype, Teams and Zoom, and present services that are already being offered digitally by employers. However, for a significant proportion of employees, mobile working or home office working is not working out for them. According to the survey, 29 percent of those surveyed feel overwhelmed by the new work environments and 48 percent want more support and training from their employers. Moreover, 45 percent of those surveyed find that managerial staff in their company are not fit for virtual working.