Employers say they’re likely to increase spending on security tools and software, computer hardware and equipment, and internet hardware for their employees in the next year, according to a survey from Plugable released Wednesday. The company surveyed 2,000 U.S. business owners, CEOs and C-suite members.
Businesses estimate they’ve spent an average of $400 per employee on workstations, according to the survey. Laptops, monitors and peripherals such as keyboards and computer mice top the list of items employers provided in the last year.
At least in part, employers feel pressured to improve the employee experience due to talent market demands. For 87% of employers, the pressure to retain and attract workers is rising as other employers begin offering more flexibility or fully remote positions.
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