"This study not only highlights the benefits of providing the right mobility tools, but also it exposes the opportunity that could be realized through greater mobility."
--Russ Stockdale, Mozy
Nearly three quarters of employers give their staff tools to enable their teams to get their jobs done wherever they are.
As you would expect, there is a correlation between the ability to work flexibly and the amount of time that an employee puts in after hours. For example, the Germans, who are the least likely to be given remote working tools (31% aren’t able to access anything away from their desks), are the most likely to stop checking their emails at 5:00 p.m. (34%).
Just 11 percent of employers allow their teams to access everything that they need to do their jobs remotely, limiting the extent to which they can benefit from flexible working.
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