About three-quarters (76 percent) of employees in Canada feel their bosses have done a good job in managing work remotely, according to a Robert Half survey.
“Despite the curveballs the pandemic has thrown, most workers feel their boss has guided them successfully, even from a distance. That says a lot about the strength, adaptability and commitment of leaders in Canada,” David King, Canadian senior district president of Robert Half, said in the report.
Still, 29 percent said their managers could do a better job at communicating and 21 percent believe they could do more to improved work-life balance, the study found. Another quarter added that their boss could better recognize the achievements of employees.
The survey polled more than 500 workers 18 years of age or older in Canada in March and April 2021.