If business leaders learned anything from the pandemic, it’s that flexibility in workforce management is key to future success.
Many organizations that managed to rapidly pivot when Covid-19 hit—by sending their employees home equipped to work—not only survived but also thrived. The forced reset imposed by the pandemic has even in some cases been a catalyst for accelerating the digital transformation process that is essential for future success.
A 2020 Gartner survey concluded that 82% of company leaders in the United States plan to facilitate remote work for employees at least part of the time, and 47% intend to allow full-time remote working.
Changes to how we work—in particular, the emergence of hybrid work—were beginning to happen years ago. But the pandemic has launched these changes into overdrive, forcing the economy to rapidly reconfigure to keep business going when working close together is not an option.
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