CEO and Executive Creative Director at Tribe, Inc., working with global brands to build employee engagement.
In the earlier days of the pandemic, when corporate employees were first settling into working from home, there were widespread reports of high productivity and employee job satisfaction. About six months into it, that’s still true for many — especially when we’re looking at broad strokes.
But a closer look at different groups of employees reveals some interesting differences. In Tribe’s national survey with corporate employees working from home due to the pandemic, we filtered respondents for these differences:
• Parents with younger children at home who need their attention during the day.
• People who describe themselves as introverts.
• Younger employees who are under 30.
For my two earlier articles on this survey, see “Remote Work May Become The New Normal” and “The Impact Of Ongoing Work From Home.”