Published on Monday, June 29, 2020

Spain | Working from home: Will and Ability

While some readers, given their experience with it, might resent remote working, is the resentment they may be feeling toward this way of working really felt more widely? Answering that question is not just an academic exercise.

Key points

  • Key points:
  • In Spain, 4.8% of employed persons usually worked from home in 2019, below the European average (5.3%) and far below the leading country, the Netherlands (14.1%), according to Eurostat.
  • Of all the dimensions of working from home that have to be fully and properly addressed, four stand out: Technology, Lifestyle, Knowledge, and Agreement between workers and companies.
  • Before judging the tool based on a bad experience, let's think, as a society, how we want to incorporate working from home and what role we want it to play in our lives.

Documents to download



New comment

Be the first to add a comment.

Load more

You may also be interested in