Working from home? We are, too. Before COVID-19, Compaas was an in-office company culture, but we’ve adjusted to a distributed workstyle over the past several months – and I suspect you have as well.
But what comes after all of this? Leading companies like Facebook, Slack, and Quora have already made the decision to embrace remote work long-term. Other companies like Apple and Adobe announced they will be temporarily remote through the end of the year. Even more companies – like us – have been taking it in smaller chunks, setting remote-work policies just a few months ahead. But it’s becoming abundantly clear that just trying to wait out the pandemic isn’t going to cut it when it comes to business planning. We’re all going to have some big decisions to make.
So what is everybody else planning to do? What will be “normal” when all this is over… and especially what will be “normal” when it comes to paying remote workers?
Let’s find out.
Today, we’re opening the Compaas State of Remote 2020 Survey to answer the questions we are asked nearly every day about remote compensation practices. Specifically, the survey covers company approaches to remote work, both near- and long-term. We’re going to keep the survey open through early September, and then release our report in October so everyone can get an idea of what’s trending in the industry as a whole.
The survey comes in two sections. The first section covers general demographics and trends, decisions companies are making about remote work, and timelines for those decisions. The second section lets companies share specific information about their organization – and as a sweetener, we’re offering free customized Compaas Index reports to the first 50 companies who complete the entire survey.
We’ve all found ourselves in uncharted territory amidst a global pandemic, and I think we will have a lot to learn from one another. Take our 10-minute survey, and you’ll be among the first to receive the Compaas State of Remote 2020 Report.