Siinviidatud vabalevis olev tekst võiks huvi pakkuda kõikidele töölkäijatele, kuid eeskätt organisatsioonilise konteksti kujundajatele (kelleks on kõik osalised 😉). Tekstis leidub kinnitust mitmetele kujutlustele, mis ehk võiks olla julgustuseks nii organisatsioonis juhtimise eest tasu saajatele kui kõikidele töötajatele, sest mitmed tunnetuslikult teada-tuntud aspektid on paljudes organisatsioonides siiski katmata või siis vähese tähelepanu osalised.


About 20–25% of the workforces in advanced economies could work remotely without a loss of productivity [1]. Remote work is becoming the new normal, and this trend will continue beyond the pandemic.


Remote work is defined as work that employees complete at home using information and communication technologies to aid flexible working practices.

Kaugtöö edutegurid:

To optimise productivity in remote work settings, high quality technology, a comfortable work environment and organisational support are necessary. […] Work flexibility is a determining factor in job satisfaction and performance.

Vihje teoreetilisest perspektiivist:

The TOE framework is an organisational-level theory that identifies the critical technological, organisational and environmental influences on organisations’ decisions.


Data were collected using Google Forms and a snowball sampling method. Specifically, a self-administrated electronic questionnaire was distributed to 238 working people in Hong Kong.

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

First, our results revealed that government support is positively related to technological competence and organisational support […] Employees need high technological competence and a strong information infrastructure to meet their employers’ expectations. […] The attitudes and ability of employees are the most important factors in how they manage work tasks in the remote work context

Ng, P. M., Lit, K. K., & Cheung, C. T. (2022). Remote work as a new normal? The technology-organization-environment (TOE) contextTechnology in Society70, 102022.