The new survey shows more than 1 in 4 tech workers (27%) remain remote and 83% of enterprises say that number will increase or remain the same over the next six months.
Enterprises worldwide are being asked to drive more innovation with fewer resources. In order to deliver, the most forward-thinking are adopting a remote-first strategy to unlock the power of an extensive global workforce.
The survey, conducted in partnership with Foundry included 211 enterprises with an average employee size of 5,500 across the US, UK and Germany.
Download the data to understand:
- Top workforce-related challenges for tech leaders in meeting business goals
- Technology-related skills and programming languages that are most in demand
- Plans to outsource talent
- Preferred qualities of an outsourcing partner
- Top outsourcing benefits
To qualify for this survey, respondents were required to be employed in a Director or above role at a company with 500 or more employees. Respondents are involved in the hiring process for software developers or software development teams.
The survey defined a remote worker as someone who regularly works outside the office. The survey defined outsourcing talent as third party (e.g. contractors, service providers, consultants).