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Twenty-nine percent of working professionals will quit their job if not allowed to continue working remotely with their current employer, and another 62% of employees will prefer employers that offer telecommuting in the future, according to a survey of 1,022 professionals conducted by resume-builder website LiveCareer.com.
Miss working at the office? Nope, as 81% of working professionals enjoy working remotely, with 65% stating that remote work has positively affected their work-life balance.
Meanwhile, the top three biggest work-from-home challenges are home distractions, staying motivated, and communication, according to the results.
What will get people up and going to the office again? Free snacks and coffee, more paid time off, and a pay raise were listed in the top three moves that might help win telecommuters back.
The storyline of a pack of teenagers living in the bucolic Outer Banks off the coast of North Carolina who aim to find a missing treasure is not so out there.