10 setembro 2022

Trabalho em casa no mundo com pandemia

Uma pesquisa com quase 30 mil pessoas, em 27 países do mundo, incluindo o Brasil, mostrou a mudança ocorrida no mundo com a pandemia. O trabalho em caso parece ser uma nova realidade, onde em média as pessoas trabalham 1,5 dia por semana (1,7 para o Brasil). Há também uma diferença entre o número de dias oferecido pelo empregador para o trabalho em casa (0,8 dia para o Brasil) para o número desejado pelo empregado (2,3 também para o Brasil), indicando uma diferença grande. 

Entre os países da amostra, o Brasil foi o segundo em mortes por habitantes durante a pandemia. 

Eis o resumo:

The pandemic triggered a large, lasting shift to work from home (WFH). To study this shift, we survey full-time workers who finished primary school in 27 countries as of mid 2021 and early 2022. Our cross-country comparisons control for age, gender, education, and industry and treat the U.S. mean as the baseline. We find, first, that WFH averages 1.5 days per week in our sample, ranging widely across countries. Second, employers plan an average of 0.7 WFH days per week after the pandemic, but workers want 1.7 days. Third, employees value the option to WFH 2-3 days per week at 5 percent of pay, on average, with higher valuations for women, people with children and those with longer commutes. Fourth, most employees were favorably surprised by their WFH productivity during the pandemic. Fifth, looking across individuals, employer plans for WFH levels after the pandemic rise strongly with WFH productivity surprises during the pandemic. Sixth, looking across countries, planned WFH levels rise with the cumulative stringency of governmentmandated lockdowns during the pandemic. We draw on these results to explain the big shift to WFH and to consider some implications for workers, organization, cities, and the pace of innovation. 

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