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Remote workers less likely to get raises, promotion at work

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However, one revelation from the survey was that remote workers, though less likely to advance, reported higher levels of productivity, happiness, and reduced stress compared to both hybrid and fully in-office employees.

More remote workers (78%) said they have been very productive in the past 12 months, compared to hybrid (75%) and in-office (76%) colleagues.

More remote and hybrid workers also said they felt connected to the company (85% each), higher than their counterparts who are fully in-office (81%).

The findings also unveiled a contrast in the overall job satisfaction between the three groups. Fully in-office employees reported higher stress levels and dissatisfaction at work, with 52% expressing an intention to seek new job opportunities this year. In contrast, 36% of remote workers and 43% of hybrid workers expressed a similar inclination.

“Full-time office workers are the most stressed, which is likely driving them to seek out new opportunities,” Haller said.

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