A quarter of Bulgarians worked remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic

A quarter of Bulgarians worked remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic

According to a study by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions based in Dublin, a quarter of Bulgarians worked remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The anti-epidemic measures in the countries of the European Union in the past 2 years made 37% of people to work remotely, while previously just 5% of those employed in the European Union worked remotely. According to the executive director of the foundation, Ivaylo Kalfin, after the measures were dropped, 80% of those who used to work remotely want to continue working in a hybrid model.

Mr. Kalfin gave an example of how the European Commission promoted a hybrid model of work in which everyone works two days a week in the office and at least one day remotely, while the mode in the other two working days is left to the decision of workers.


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