Building upon the Hawai‘i Remote Work Project, DBEDT has contracted Anthology Research to conduct a statewide survey to examine the characteristics of Hawai‘i’s remote workforce, in order to better understand and address Hawai‘i’s changing economic landscape.
The results of this survey will help shape state programs and policies pertaining to the remote work marketplace by understanding current remote practices and future plans, capacity, benefits and challenges, and interest levels from the perspective of both Hawaii’s employees and employers.
Anthology will randomly select residents and businesses across the state and contact them to complete the survey over the telephone, email, and mail.
If you are contacted by Anthology Research through any of these modes, DBEDT asks you to kindly respond and provide your important and valued feedback by taking the time to complete this survey. To ensure reliable results, only those who are randomly selected will be eligible to participate in the survey. Your participation in the survey will help to ensure a robust representative sample to study for this important topic.
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