Laptops fill a table as part of a U.S. Transportation Command telework initiative at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, April 15, 2020. USTRANSCOM’s Control, Communications and Cyber Systems Directorate were adding software and imaging laptops to issue to command members for official telework use to continue global mission operations while protecting personnel health during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Michelle Gigante)

4 in 5 CEOs Expect More Widespread Remote Working After Pandemic: Poll

About 80 percent of CEOs say they expect a more widespread remote workforce as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a global survey from accountancy firm PwC released Tuesday.

Of those surveyed, 78 percent said they think that remote work is “here to stay” while just 21 percent said they think the shift is temporary.

A number of CEOs said that the different trends emerging during the pandemic could lead to widespread change in work models.

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