From Apr. 6 through Apr. 10, 2020, DMEC gathered feedback through an online survey on how organizations are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. The survey had 608 participants, with the majority having 500 or more employees.
At the time of the survey, most respondents reported being fully staffed, though a third had furloughed employees and just over 20% had laid off employees. Before the COVID-19 outbreak, the percentage of their workforces that worked remotely averaged 20%. Since the outbreak, this percentage has increased to 70% of the workforce working from home.
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