Business and HR leaders across the globe need to explore steps to be taken today, to help move toward the workplace of the future. With each passing day, the new virtual and remote workplace arrangements forced by the pandemic is becoming normalized.
According to Gartner, “The anticipated workplace of the future has now become part of our current experience and expectations. In a normal five- to 10-year evolution to remote work, organizational practices and programs would have evolved at the same rate. Enterprise leaders must now rapidly address the challenge of adapting workplace policies, resource planning and management practices to catch up with the new distributed workplace. This can be called “work from anywhere,” “hybrid workforce” or “distributed workforce” (see Note 2). These all refer to organizations providing the option to work from a home or office location, according to work requirements and personal preferences, on the schedule that works best for employer and employee.”
This complimentary report helps leaders understand the necessity to move to a Distributed Workplace and helps with insight to
"By 2021, the increase in the number of employees who prefer to work remotely will allow organizations to support 40% more workers in the same amount of space as they use today"
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