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Remote Work

Explore Gallup's research.

Build a productive and agile work environment outside the office. Learn how to lead, manage and succeed with remote and hybrid work.

U.S. workers report working remotely an average of 3.8 days per month, down from 5.8 in 2020 but higher than the 2.4 measured before the pandemic.

The pandemic gave employees a workplace-altering realization: They could use remote work to avoid the dreaded daily commute.

A new metric reveals how employees want to configure work and life, a preference that can have a big impact on how they are managed in the new workforce.

Implementing a hybrid work policy is one thing. But getting it right? That's another story. Learn how to navigate the details of hybrid work.

The pros of remote work come with serious cons: overworked employees and retention risk. Take these steps to give remote workers much-needed downtime.

Is hybrid working? We track percentages of exclusively remote, hybrid and on-site employees and explore their experiences in those work arrangements.

Learn what more than 8,000 remote-capable employees think about returning to the office now and in the future.

Gallup studied the experiences, needs and plans of more than 140,000 U.S. employees—here's what we learned about the future of work.

Called to Coach

Learn how building trust and fine-tuning your communication skills can help you meet human needs and improve teamwork in the hybrid workplace.

The people have spoken -- working from home is a priority, even post-pandemic. Are you prepared to handle this new will of the workforce?

U.S. employees worked remotely as much in September as they did over the summer. Nearly all want to continue that way, and their employers mostly seem amenable.

When employees want to work from home, a generic hybrid model is not the answer.

Whether your employees are hybrid, remote or in-person, better communication begins with three basic elements.

There's no perfect definition for what the future of work will be, but we know the best way to start is with flexibility.

A snapshot of global workplace trends: Here's what we know about employee stress, engagement and wellbeing in U.S. and Canada.

To bring remote workers back to work in the office, ask yourself, "What's our workplace value proposition?"

Remote work is dominant among the white-collar U.S. workforce, with more than seven in 10 working from home, unchanged through most of the pandemic. Many of these want to keep doing so.