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Velocity Global's 2022 Work In Progress Report: Businesses and talent benefit from distributed work

DENVER, US - News Direct - 19 November 2021 -

1,000 surveyed tech leaders say distributed work increases productivity and diversity

Most remote talent to remain untethered to an office post-pandemic

Tech leaders desire to increase remote work for themselves

72% utilize a distributed workforce but face hurdles to expand it

Remote and distributed workforces are here to stay due to the mutual benefits to both businesses and talent according to a new study from Velocity Global, the leading provider of global employment solutions. The 2022 Work In Progress - The State of Distributed Work: Tech Sector published today touts multiple benefits of distributed work, shows optimism for growth in the tech sector, but also names challenges for businesses to increase their global workforce.

More than 1,000 U.S. and UK tech company decision-makers participated in the study and 72% say their business utilizes a substantial distributed workforce; 59% say more than half of their workforce is remote, and 61% of U.S. tech leaders report more than half of their remote workers will remain that way for the foreseeable future.

"The world of work is forever changed. The global pandemic accelerated the desire to work from anywhere, and it lit a fire for employers to embrace a truly distributed workforce," said Velocity Global founder and CEO Ben Wright. "The untethered nature of work was on the rise before COVID-19, but the tailwinds accelerated this new way of work as businesses tapped into new talent pools and workers themselves embraced a new freedom. Neither is going back - this change is here to stay."

Despite the growth of distributed and remote work, businesses cite several challenges to embrace the change even further.

"This dramatic shift accelerated faster than the legacy ecosystem built to support the employment infrastructure was capable of handling," added Wright. "We remove the roadblocks to grow businesses and connect employers and talent to simply get work done anywhere and anyhow."

Organizational and personal benefits of remote and distributed work

Remote work refers to talent working at a location other than a company-owned office. Related to the concept of remote work is distributed work, in which companies employ talent that is located in multiple locations domestically or internationally.

The majority of companies (72%) employ a distributed workforce and 79% of these organizations' talent also works remotely.

Respondents who utilize a distributed workforce report clear advantages: 95% say a distributed workforce model benefits their company by increasing productivity (54%), securing top talent (40%), and building a more diverse team (37%).

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