The level of remote work in Finland will more than double from the pre-pandemic level, the Helsinki Times reported, citing a survey.
The survey by JLL Finland, a Finnish property consultant, noted that remote work will rise from 0.9 days a week before the Covid-19 pandemic to 2.5 days a week after the health crisis subsides.
This stands in contrast to previous estimates that Europeans would typically continue to telework one day a week post-pandemic, according to the publication.
“After the pandemic, 97 percent of employees would like to continue working remotely at least one day a week,” Sofia Jakas, director of JLL Finland, was cited as saying by the news site. “People have adapted better than average and want to continue working remotely also going forward.”
“Our homes are important to us and we enjoy spending time there,” she added