Almost half of executives are ready to change companies if remote work is abolished


According to a new study by the Association for Executive Recruitment (Apec), 67% of these profiles say they use it at least once a week.
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DECIPHERING – However, 39% of surveyed executives fear that they will miss important information due to the use of remote work, according to an APEC study published this Tuesday.

Four years after its sudden intrusion into the lives of the French, telecommuting already seems part of the landscape. At least that's how it is among managers. According to a new study by the Association for Executive Recruitment (Apec), 67% of these profiles say they use it at least once a week. A figure that is much higher than the property average in France, which stands at 19% in 2022 according to INSEE.

However, telecommuting does not only have advantages for employees, especially in large doses. With problems with company integration and an increasingly thin line between professional and personal life, a growing number of employees are concerned about the impact this practice may have on their careers.

Thus, 39% of managers are afraid that they will miss important information due to the use of remote work, according to the Apec study. For those under 35, this concern affects even every other employee. Among other disadvantages…

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