With the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic over the last year, millions of people have transitioned to remote work, not out of preference, but of necessity. In this sudden transition, many companies made what was once merely a dream for remote work enthusiasts a reality overnight.
In the 2019 work-from-home statistics report, TalentLMS surveyed 500 remote employees to gain a better understanding of how they work and train, what remote work looks and sounds like, and, of course, why employees had chosen it.
But as remote work quickly became the norm and not the exception, we decided to take another look at how remote work training and work habits have changed.
Above all, we wanted to answer one critical question: does offering your remote workforce training opportunities make a difference in their performance, happiness, and company loyalty? Turns out it does.
To answer these questions in depth, we surveyed 1000 respondents across the U.S. While all of them are working remotely, half have received training from their employers in the last 12 months, and the other half have not.
Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ Remote work statistics: How to Train & Retain a Remote Team