SURVEY: Nine out of ten Slovaks never work from home

The possibility of at least occasional work from home is the sixth most sought-after benefit overall, and after flexible working hours and holidays beyond the law, the third most sought-after non-financial benefit, according to the Grafton personnel agency.

Nine out of ten Slovaks never work from home, ie in home mode office. The possibility of at least occasional work from home is the sixth the most sought-after benefit overall and after flexible working hours and holidays beyond the law by the third most sought-after non-financial benefit. According to a survey conducted by the Grafton recruitment agency, at least partial home office attraction for 44% of people.

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The sample consisted of 875 respondents across 16 labor market sectors and all eight regions of Slovakia. “Good news for job seekers from the house is that they find considerable penetration with the willingness of employers. Home The office offers at least a certain extent 42% of them. Of course, total numbers significantly reduce manual positions where there is such a type activities almost without exception unthinkable, “she said in a press release marketing manager Grafton CZ & SK Jitka Součková.

According to Eurostat, 3.6% of Slovaks usually work from home, and at least sometimes 5.4%, while the remaining almost 91% are employed at all such an option. In the first indicator, this means the 19th place in the European Union (EU) among the 27 countries without the inclusion of the United Kingdom. Rest V4 countries shows values ​​of 4.6% (Poland), 4.0% (Czech Republic) and 2.3% (Hungary). In the EU, on average, 5.2% of employees in the EU usually work from home age from 15 to 64 years and at least in sporadic form, the home office has 8.3%. The largest share of work, especially from home, is in the Netherlands (equal to 14%), the smallest in Bulgaria (0.3%).

“There are many people in the labor market who, for objective reasons, cannot act directly at the place of work, for example caring parents about small children. State kindergartens usually end no later than 17:00, in the regions even at 16:00. With 8-hour workload and need it is unrealistic to prosecute in such a time-limited manner raising children, “said Součková.

A mutually permeable and beneficial solution in the outlined ones In some cases, companies do not necessarily offer abbreviated candidates jobs, but just a home office, which can be the way to go employ the group in search of constantly new sources of workers in the period record low unemployment.

Among the self-employed, he usually works from privacy 18.5%, for people working part-time it is only 3%. Vo In Finland, up to 46.4% of SZČO works mainly from home. They are followed by the Netherlands (44.5%) and Austria (43.6%), in Slovakia it is 11.2%.

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In Slovakia, the representation of working men and women is almost identical mainly in home office mode – 3.7% and 3.6%, respectively. Overall it is within the EU, the score is 5.0% (men) and 5.5% (women). The biggest difference in favor of women’s representation is in France (8.1% women, 5.2% men), on the contrary, it is mainly in the Netherlands (12.3% women, 15.5% men).

According to Eurostat, the share of people working regularly from home is rising with them with increasing age. In the EU, it is 1.8% of people aged 15-24, 5% from the category of 25 to 49 years and 6.4% in the population over 50 years of age. In Slovakia, the values ​​are 1.9% (young), 3.8% (middle generation) and 3.6% (oldest set).

The personnel agency Grafton Slovakia was founded in 2004 and operates in Bratislava, Trenčín, Nitra, Košice, Prešov and Žilina. It is part of Gi Group. To its local and international clients as well as applicants for work, offers services in the field of recruitment, temporary assignment employees or various HR solutions.

The possibility of at least occasional work from home is the sixth most sought-after benefit overall, and after flexible working hours and holidays beyond the law, the third most sought-after non-financial benefit, according to the Grafton personnel agency.

Nine out of ten Slovaks never work from home, ie in home mode office. The possibility of at least occasional work from home is the sixth the most sought-after benefit overall and after flexible working hours and holidays beyond the law by the third most sought-after non-financial benefit. According to a survey conducted by the Grafton recruitment agency, at least partial home office attraction for 44% of people.

Illustration photo.

Illustration photo. Author: SHUTTERSTOCK

The sample consisted of 875 respondents across 16 labor market sectors and all eight regions of Slovakia. “Good news for job seekers from the house is that they find considerable penetration with the willingness of employers. Home The office offers at least a certain extent 42% of them. Of course, total numbers significantly reduce manual positions where there is such a type activities almost without exception unthinkable, “she said in a press release marketing manager Grafton CZ & SK Jitka Součková.

According to Eurostat, 3.6% of Slovaks usually work from home, and at least sometimes 5.4%, while the remaining almost 91% are employed at all such an option. In the first indicator, this means the 19th place in the European Union (EU) among the 27 countries without the inclusion of the United Kingdom. Rest V4 countries shows values ​​of 4.6% (Poland), 4.0% (Czech Republic) and 2.3% (Hungary). In the EU, on average, 5.2% of employees in the EU usually work from home age from 15 to 64 years and at least in sporadic form, the home office has 8.3%. The largest share of work, especially from home, is in the Netherlands (equal to 14%), the smallest in Bulgaria (0.3%).

“There are many people in the labor market who, for objective reasons, cannot act directly at the place of work, for example caring parents about small children. State kindergartens usually end no later than 17:00, in the regions even at 16:00. With 8-hour workload and need it is unrealistic to prosecute in such a time-limited manner raising children, “said Součková.

A mutually permeable and beneficial solution in the outlined ones In some cases, companies do not necessarily offer abbreviated candidates jobs, but just a home office, which can be the way to go employ the group in search of constantly new sources of workers in the period record low unemployment.

Among the self-employed, he usually works from privacy 18.5%, for people working part-time it is only 3%. Vo In Finland, up to 46.4% of SZČO works mainly from home. They are followed by the Netherlands (44.5%) and Austria (43.6%), in Slovakia it is 11.2%.

Illustration photo.

Commonly in the online space of the company programmers do not pay extra for the robot and the payment of invoices also takes few months. Author: SHUTTERSTOCK

In Slovakia, the representation of working men and women is almost identical mainly in home office mode – 3.7% and 3.6%, respectively. Overall it is within the EU, the score is 5.0% (men) and 5.5% (women). The biggest difference in favor of women’s representation is in France (8.1% women, 5.2% men), on the contrary, it is mainly in the Netherlands (12.3% women, 15.5% men).

According to Eurostat, the share of people working regularly from home is rising with them with increasing age. In the EU, it is 1.8% of people aged 15-24, 5% from the category of 25 to 49 years and 6.4% in the population over 50 years of age. In Slovakia, the values ​​are 1.9% (young), 3.8% (middle generation) and 3.6% (oldest set).

The personnel agency Grafton Slovakia was founded in 2004 and operates in Bratislava, Trenčín, Nitra, Košice, Prešov and Žilina. It is part of Gi Group. To its local and international clients as well as applicants for work, offers services in the field of recruitment, temporary assignment employees or various HR solutions.