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LinkedIn says flexible work arrangements draw more interest

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LinkedIn stated that searches for "remote working" spiked due to COVID-19 concerns. More people want to find flexible work arrangements to avoid the virus.
LinkedIn says flexible work arrangements draw more interest
LinkedIn sees growing interest in remote working

Remote work to become the norm?

Searches for remote working grew 2.6 times since March 2018
Searches for remote working grew 2.6 times since March 2018

Remote working is currently trending in social media and public forums. Employees across Asia started working from home due to the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition, companies started to encourage this work arrangement as well. This is why employees and employers are starting to this setup especially in terms of productive remote working hours.

Singapore, Hong Kong, and China are the main ones driving the remote working trend. As this becomes the norm, there are challenges that need to be addressed for remote working to be successful.

Social media has been one of the main medium used to share tips and tricks to have a successful remote working setup. LinkedIn Learning searches include terms such as "Communicating in virtual meetings" and "managing remote teams".

Remote working, or work flexibility, used to be a special perk. Nowadays, it is an expectation in a workforce that consists of employees across different generations. As more employees search for flexible work environments and more employers try to win the war for talent by offering what employees look for, this particular topic is one that LinkedIn believes will only grow in popularity.

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