Though telecommuting has been around since the 1970s, it has taken a global health crisis to spread its adoption.
According to a recent poll by Phaidon International, 82% of the end-to-end supply chain workforce want their employer to continue offering working-from-home flexibility.
Yet a fifth of employees are convinced their employer would turn down a more flexible working arrangement.
Organizations who continue to champion working from home could boost the diversity of their workforce. Download the full study to find out how working from home can improve the participation of women, people with disabilities, and contingent workers.
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