IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 10, October 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Divya Shakti, Debopriyo Ray, Deepanshu Gupta
Many organizations and industries of the world were transformed when the Coronavirus (COVID-19) struck the world in 2020. In order to stop the virus from spreading, a major percentage of the workforce was unable to commute to work. This led both employers and employees to seek new ways of working. Organizations started offering work from home (WFH) as an alternative to working from the office to their employees. This research paper is a study to determine the factors that influence an employee to either work from the office or work from anywhere. The results of this study reveal several meta-factors and sub-factors that impact an employee’s decision to opt for remote working or working onsite.