94% of Indian workers feel well-prepared to work remotely- Atlassian
By | SightsIn Plus | sightsinplus.com
Atlassian Corporation Plc, a leading provider of team collaboration and productivity software and the maker of Jira, Confluence, and Trello products, has announced the launch of a global study into the nuances of modern work and in particular changing attitudes and expectations from workers over the past year.
According to Atlassian’s second annual ‘Reworking Work’ study, more than any country surveyed, Indian workers have adapted their remote workspaces over the last year, with 45% having changed it often compared to the global average of 15%.
“93% of Indian workers have updated their remote workspace over the last year and 94% of Indian workers feel well-prepared to work remotely, which is also the highest globally”
12 months on, the new research tells a story of change. Indian workers continue to enjoy the shift from the office environment, with the highest preference for full-time remote work, and the lowest preference for hybrid work of all countries surveyed. However, the past 12 months, indicate the early stages of hybrid work transition. Workers are spending less of their week working remotely and the idea of hybrid work looks to be slowly gaining traction with a slight increase from 25% to 28% year on year.
Indian workers were seen as leaders in adaptability and they are younger than the global average. Keeping up with change is front of mind for workers, with 82% recognizing the increasing importance of remaining adaptable compared with the global average of 59%. A significant percentage of Indian workers upgraded their remote workspaces over the last year, with 71% of workers noting improvements to their internet connection, 67% improving workspace functionality and 63% improving workspace comfort and ergonomics.