Remote working is here to stay.

WA, NSW and QLD lead the remote working charge.

Even before COVID-19, business leaders chose to work remotely or from home. In fact, 90% of Western Australians work remotely at least 1 or 2 days a week, followed by New South Wales (84%) and Queensland (82%).

Remote Working charge

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Remote working was a growing preference for many small businesses, even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit Australia.

Zoho, together with Telsyte surveyed more than 1000 small business leaders in March 2020 to understand if and how they are transitioning to remote work.

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Remote working is here to stay.

Although technology has helped hundreds of thousands of small businesses pivot their operations and workforce, there are still several barriers in the transition to remote work, with productivity being the biggest (52%), followed by connectivity (40%) and technology (34%).

  • 52% 
    Protectivity issues
  • 40% 
    Connectivity issues
  • 34% 
    Technology issues
  • 28% 
    Customer issues
  • 24% 
    Monitoring issues
  • 23% 
    Security issues
  • 20% 
    Employees concerned about job security
  • 19% 
    Regulations
  • 5% 
    Employees afraid of missing promotion
  • 4% 
    Others
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45% of business leaders say working remotely helps them “unlock” free time.

With less time spent comuting to and from work (52 minutes on average) business leaders can spend more time with friends and family.

Remote Working charge

A job is something you do, rather than somewhere you go.

“The nature of work will change forever as the number of businesses deciding to work remotely and from home will skyrocket, even after lockdowns and social distancing restrictions are lifted”

- Vijay Sundaram, Zoho Chief Strategy Officer.

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