Sixty per cent are happy to work from the office occasionally and spend the rest of the week working from home.
“Hybrid working is the new deal breaker for tech professionals,” stressed Mark Chaffey, co-founder and CEO of Hackajob.
“Although working from home may not have been the easiest for individuals this past year, tech professionals clearly find the value in not being in the office every day.
He added tech professionals are just as productive when working from home, even more so in fact thanks to fewer distractions and no commute.
Interestingly, the survey reveals that 80 per cent of tech professionals don’t think they will be working for the same company in two years.
More than half (57 per cent) of tech professionals want to be assessed on their skills, not their CVs or indeed their gender, ethnicity, education, sexuality, disability and socio-economic status.
Nearly a third (32 per cent) of people who do not identify as male rate their company’s D&I policy as either ‘satisfactory’ or ‘poor’. »