Over half still working from home – BBJ – Budapest Business Journal


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Thursday, Dec 2, 2021, 09: 00


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According to a regional survey by Sophos, 56% of employees in Hungary still work from home, either in a full or hybrid model, writes profitline.hu.

In Poland, 44% and in the Czech Republic, 47% have not returned to the office.

One-third of employees (35%) did not receive any IT support or cyber security training when switching to telecommuting.

Companies with more than 250 employees emphasize protection; with encrypted connections (VPN) and limited data access.

According to a survey by the cyber security company Sophos, almost half (44%) of the employees working in telework in Hungary during the previous COVID waves have returned to office work, figures that rise to 53% in the Czech Republic and 56% in Poland.


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