The containment, instituted in France on the 17th of march last, has widespread telework for millions of employees. It opened as a new threat to the job market in France, with the possible offshoring of white-collar workers.
The companies have recognised this opportunity, that many of the jobs considered so far, such as involving face-to-face could be télétravaillés. A consciousness, which, according to specialists of the sector, will not remain without consequences.
After the blue-collar, white-collar workers, the offshoring of back to the center of the debate
The period, that we have come through, so has produced evidence that working remotely was not necessarily synonymous with loss of productivity and efficiency. It is therefore logical to you natural that businesses are wondering about the future. And in this regard, the telework is a concept very far removed from the relocation.
It would therefore be possible to relocate the skilled jobs, mainly those of executives, while these white-collar workers had hitherto been spared by the relocation. And if these jobs require a workforce more skilled, companies are not unaware that some offshore country suffer from a on the training of their youth.
According to a study by the Group of studies geopolitical (GEC) of the Ecole Normale, 30% to 40% of the skilled jobs could be relocated, even if the profitability of such a decision would not be at the rendezvous in 10% of cases. And the process has already begun. Thus, Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, has already pointed out that 50 % of its employees working remotely in the next 10 years. He said as soon as the remuneration of each would be determined by his place of residence. In Madagascar or Paris, the salary of the part of tomorrow will not be the same amount.