What Post-Pandemic Practices Should be Implemented Given the Increase of Hybrid Workplaces?
|dc.description.abstract||A McKinsey report shows that a majority of employees state that remote work has either increased or not affected their productivity compared to pre-pandemic. Furthermore, a PricewaterhouseCoopers’ U.S. Remote Work Survey found that 83% of employers reported the shift to remote work to be successful for their organization, and positive outcomes of such transition include reducing operating expenses and increasing employee satisfaction. Technology companies (e.g., Slack) are primarily composed of knowledge workers and plan to allow employees to work fully remote. However, companies requiring in-person work, including sales roles and other essential workers allow less work flexibility. Therefore, the nature of a job plays a large role on employees’ ability to work remotely. With a large remote workforce, robust technology systems and effective leadership are needed to operate and manage these employees, along with proper measurement tools.||en_US|
|dc.title||What Post-Pandemic Practices Should be Implemented Given the Increase of Hybrid Workplaces?||en_US|