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At Unify, we have pioneered research and thought leadership
that sheds light on the way we work. New Unify research finds
that flexible work lifestyles are not an ‘all or nothing’ affair.
The binary notion of ‘work-life balance’ had
morphed into ‘work-life integration’ (always on,
all the time) – and now more toward what we
have coined ‘work-life harmony’. This new idea
of harmony shows that we collectively have
established a higher level of contentment and
productivity, as shown by our new findings.
About half of our respondents work at least
50% of the time away from a traditional office
setting and/or on virtual teams, while only 10%
are strict ‘office-bound’ workers. On the whole,
3 out of 4 said their work-life balance is now at
least ‘good’, and reported the greatest benefit
of working on virtual teams was the ability to
bring together people with the right skills
quickly and easily.
We found that those who worked in a
traditional office space up to 25% of the time,
express the highest levels of satisfaction with
their work lifestyles. On the other hand, those
who were 100% remote working or 100% office-
bound had lower satisfaction levels.
65% OF RESPONDENTS
EXPRESSED A HIGHER LEVEL OF
SATISFACTION WITH THEIR
WORK LIFESTYLE SITUATION AS
COMPARED TO FIVE YEARS AGO.
CONTINUE TO EMBRACE
FLEXIBLE WORKING IN LARGE
THE TRADITIONAL OFFICE STILL
HAS A ROLE IN THE MIX – THERE
IS AN IDEAL BALANCE EMERGING.
THE WAY WE WORK-PART 2:
THE EVOLUTION OF
The new generation of cloud-based team
collaboration tools is prevalent in all sectors
and business sizes, with about 90% of
respondents reporting either trying or fully
adopting these tools. These new solutions
appear to provide a richer user experience that
approximates face-to-face team interactions.
While smaller businesses are somewhat less likely
to embrace flexible and remote working compared
to larger enterprises, they reported benefits
centered on faster decision making, whereas large
enterprises reported being able to bring together
virtual teams with the right skills quickly and
easily as the biggest benefit.
SMALLER BUSINESSES ARE SEEKING
SPEED AND AGILITY, WHILE LARGER
BUSINESSES MOST VALUE BRINGING
SO – WHAT DO YOU TAKE AWAY
FROM THESE FINDINGS?
TOOLS HAVE SHOWN STRONG
ADOPTION AND HELP VIRTUAL
Younger workers expressed more interest in
spending at least some of their time working in a
traditional office. Our findings that show access
to information, and syncing up with others in
their work lifestyles as being primary obstacles to
embracing more remote working. Our study says
Millennials want to ideally spend up to 50% of
their working time in a traditional office setting.
GENERATION Y (MILLENNIALS) ARE
MUCH LESS LIKELY TO PREFER
100% FULLY REMOTE WORKING.