Half of the company's employees could work from home, permanently, within five to ten years.
Facebook puts a “like” telework. So much so that its founder announced on Thursday May 21 thathalf of the company's employees could work from home, permanently, within 5 to 10 years.
A change linked to the ongoing epidemic. Right now 95% of Facebook staff are in telecommuting. And so it will continue because “the coronavirus will not go away for a long time “insisted Mark Zuckerberg, who had already announced recently that most of his employees would continue to work from home until the end of the year. He wants Facebook, which had 45,000 employees worldwide at the end of 2019, to become “the most advanced company in the world on remote work”.
According to an internal study, more than 50% of employees consider themselves more productive in teleworking, and 20 to 40% say they are interested in the possibility of working remotely permanently. But half of them would like to return to the office as soon as possible. Mark Zuckerberg said to himself “optimistic” on the beneficial potential of remote work. “We don't do it because employees demand it, but because we are there to serve the world, and our community, and unlock as much innovation as possible,” he notably developed.