RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After weeks of working at home, 73.8 percent of companies intend to establish the home office as a permanent post-pandemic practice in Brazil. Such is the finding of a study conducted by the consultancy Cushman & Wakefield, which surveyed 122 executives from multinationals operating in the country.
Curiously, before social isolation, 42.6 percent of companies had never embraced the concept, and in 23.8 percent of companies, the home office was nothing more than a prospect under consideration.
The purpose of authorizing home offices even after the pandemic is explained by the favorable . . .