74% of Employees Are Willing to Quit Their Job Over Work From Home Policy

A recent Softchoice report shows 74% of North American office workers would quit their job to work for another company that allowed them to work from home, even without a pay bump.

Story by Conner Forrest, Tech Republic

Nearly three-quarters of North American office workers are willing to quit their job in order to move to an organization that allows them to work remotely more frequently, even without a pay increase. In a recent report, Softchoice surveyed about 1,000 full-time workers and found that 74% of them were willing to make this move.

“Cloud, mobile and unified communications technology continues to break down siloes and help employees to be more productive and collaborative from wherever they do their best work. As a result, what employees increasingly want is a seamless experience where they can access content, connect with colleagues and share files, and be productive from anywhere,” Francis Li, vice president of IT at Softchoice, said in a press release.

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