Fewer than four in ten teleworkers deem remote work
than face-to-face, except the youngest who are six in ten to live it badly, according to an Odoxa survey published this Wednesday evening.
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Whether they have experimented with telework or whether they have relatives concerned, 80% of French people have a very good overall image, according to this survey carried out for BFM Business and the consultancy firm Saegus.
In detail, only 37% of teleworkers and relatives consider it less effective than face-to-face, but they are 60% to think so among young people aged 18 to 24.
However, the workload and hours of work are considered
than face-to-face for 45% of teleworkers.
To work remotely, more than one in three (36%) had no material means made available by their company.
2.6 days of telecommuting, ideal
For those surveyed, complete teleworking does not appeal to much: 74% of teleworkers confide in their need to return to face-to-face work from time to time.
If they could decide for themselves the ideal week, the majority of respondents respond on average 2.6 days of telecommuting, or half of a five-day week.
Widely extended because of the coronavirus epidemic, teleworking has been experienced by just over one in five French people (22%) since the health crisis, or around 11 million people.
Survey carried out from 3 to 11 February by internet among a sample of 2,010 French people representative of the population (quota method), including 444 teleworkers and 811 close to teleworkers.