Four steps to creating a remote workforce strategy
While every organization is experiencing some form of disruption to the way they operate as the world navigates the global health pandemic, most have not invested in technology and organizational design to create an efficient and effective remote workforce. In addition, sustaining the engagement of a remote population requires new strategies and cultural shifts that can be challenging to implement.
A recent study by the University of Chicago revealed that 34% of U.S. jobs could plausibly be performed at home, and 74% of CFOs surveyed by Gartner expect some of their employees (who were forced to work from home because of the pandemic) to continue working remotely after the pandemic ends. The need for a sophisticated remote workforce strategy has never been greater.
Join this webinar to gain practical guidance and best practices that can help your organization respond to the current crisis conditions while laying the foundation for the future.