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Research reports improved performance from remote, hybrid teams since pandemic


New research from Eagle Hill Consulting found that 45% of remote workers, either fully remote or hybrid, say their teams’ performance has improved during the past two years, compared with 34% of in-person workers reporting improved performance. Nearly 70% of the employees surveyed said they feel more supported by their supervisor. However, 66% reported feeling more pressure to perform well since the pandemic started with the feeling the highest among hybrid workers at 74%, followed by in-person employees and remote workers. “While employees have felt more pressure to perform well, workers are feeling supported and recognized,” said Melissa Jezior, president and chief executive officer of Eagle Hill Consulting. “The challenge going forward for employers will be to sustain the positives that have emerged during the pandemic while finding new ways to manage employee performance as the future of work solidifies, be it working remotely or with a hybrid approach.” The findings are based on the Eagle Hill Performance Management and Feedback Survey 2022, conducted by Ipsos May 10-12, 2022. The nationally representative survey included 1,001 adults in the U.S. age 18 and older who are employed full time or part time.

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