Human-resource and engineering leaders believe overwhelmingly that they have successfully transitioned to remote work even as few of them have invested in any long-term planning for it, according to a report commissioned by Terminal.
“The remote work movement is here to stay,” said Terminal Chief Executive Officer Clay Kellogg in a statement. “Top tech talent can now work from anywhere, which means a company’s talent strategy is inherently intertwined with their remote strategy.”
Terminal is a remote-employment platform for engineers.
Only about a third of engineering and HR leaders say they have a strong and thriving remote culture today and two-thirds say they don’t have a long-term plan to create one.
Companies must create a comprehensive remote work strategy now, Kellogg said, “so they can attract and retain engineering leadership to fuel sustained innovation through the Covid-19 era and beyond.”