One in ten working people in Germany is working full or partly from home instead of going to the office. This resulted in a survey published on Tuesday in Berlin on behalf of high-tech association Bottom. More total of 58 percent of workers want more flexible working conditions accordingly: 37 percent would like a few days in the week at home, work another 20 percent even daily. Only 30 percent of the interviewed workers however prefer to go the office every day.
Women are therefore somewhat more interested in steelwork than men. Almost three-quarters of working women (73 percent) wish prefer whole or in part by working from home or already do so. Among the men there are nearly two-thirds (65 percent) is slightly less.
The desire for a home office is in the age group of 30 – to 49-year-old most pronounced. The lowest level is the desire to steelwork from home at the 14 – to 29-year-olds.
“The Home Office and other mobile forms of work lie in the trend. Which can benefit employees and companies,” said Bottom president August-Wilhelm Schemer. The staff could combine work and family life together, while employers retain skilled workers long term. However, Home Office not fit for every job. The ARIS survey research interviewed 1,000 people nationwide Bottom total of 14 years.