The coronavirus pandemic enabled the large-scale shift to remote work for everyone. In most cases such a practice turned out to be successful. According to our survey, and businesses started to consider the possibility of its further integration into post-crisis life.

The most common questions:

  • Who can be transferred to remote work and what the format would be?
  • What do we need to change?
  • What are the benefits for the company?

companies in Russia are ready to transfer 15-30% of employees to work remotely full time

companies in Russia intend to offer a partial remote work option for the same percentage of employees

How KPMG can help

1. Estimate the potential impact
  • Selection of employee roles and the most appropriate remote work options for your situation
  • Analysis of important tools for running effective remote work
  • Calculation of the economic impact
  • Assessment of the employee readiness for a full-time remote work

2. Adapt the company and its employees

  • Process optimization for effective remote work
  • Conducting an IT audit and adapting the IT infrastructure
  • Adapting approaches to HR management
  • Selecting and integrating tools that promote efficient and effective remote work
  • Building a model of flexible office space
  • Change management


Experience with similar projects

  • Implementation of the project to transfer employees on a part-time remote work and optimize the office space use
  • Implementation of the project to introduce alternative work formats
  • Implementation of the project to adopt desk sharing and optimize the office space

Expertise for all task blocks

  • Improving operational efficiency
  • IT consulting
  • HR
  • Change management
  • Facility management

Ready-to-use tools

  • Model to determine which work and workers can be remote and estimate the space for office optimization
  • Interview guide on remote work for the top management
  • Remote work questionnaire for employees
  • IT tools for work space management and employee control

Sector knowledge and understanding of internal processes

  • Level of technology development
  • Security requirements
  • Specifics of the corporate culture and most common leadership styles