As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens and wreaks havoc on society and the economy, a change is afoot in the way industries continue to operate and workers continue to work.

Working from home part or full-time has become the new norm. Of course, this doesn’t work for everyone but it can work effectively for many.

Recently LinkedIn ran a survey asking participants about their experiences during the ongoing pandemic. The results found that two-thirds of survey respondents are being supported by their employer to work remotely during the COVID-19 crisis.

Recent data from global research and advisory firm Gartner suggests the move to work from home could be a permanent one.