At this point, working remotely is the new norm. Despite the sometimes rough transition period of learning how to work with each other and accomplish tasks that usually occured face-to-face, workers are realizing that work flexibility and the option to telework is something they enjoy and will continue to seek out long after the current pandemic.
“Workers who work remotely, at least some of the time, are happier, feel more trusted, less stressed, are more inclined to recommend their employer to a friend, and are less likely to leave than their office bound colleagues.”
Leadership is starting to see that the issue with remote work is not the perceived laziness or lack of communication of remote workers. Efficiency, collaboration, and security are suffering because of technologies that aren't meeting the needs of a remote workplace. Adopting certain technologies that digitize and manage paper files, automate time-consuming and inefficient processes, and make information accessible from anywhere, anytime, is the key to telework success. Plus, you'lll contribute to saving the environment!
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1 Owl Labs. (2019). State of Remote Work Report 2019. Retrieved from: https://www.owllabs.com/state-of-remote-work/2019