As work-life and technology continue to evolve, a growing number of small business owners find themselves adopting remote work policies or "WFH" perks. However, their employees, who use company platforms and networks in popular locations such as coffee shops and airports, are more susceptible to the risk of an online attack.
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Randstad US today released results from its quarterly Randstad Workmonitor survey (Q1 2018). According to the data, although 82% of U.S. workers surveyed say the ability to work from anywhere at any time allows them to maintain a healthy work-life balance, more than half (62%) still prefer to work in the office — and this number is even higher among young workers. Sixty-five percent of those aged 18–24 said they prefer working in a traditional office environment, challenging the widespread perception that millennial and Gen Z workers tend to prefer digital interactions over personal ones.
The Staples Advantage Workplace Index, a study of office workers, identified several workplace trends employers and employees will implement and experience in 2017. Neil Ringel, executive vice president, Staples Advantage, North America, said these trends have significant implications for the future of the workplace.