The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it unprecedented levels of change within the business landscape. New tools and technologies have been rapidly adopted to enable businesses to remain functional despite the challenges that the health crisis has brought with it. But how will this technology transfer into workplaces as the world recovers from social distancing restrictions and enters the era of the ‘new normal’?
Collaborative technology and remote training measures have been a driving force in showing businesses that it’s possible to thrive on a purely work from home (WFH) basis, but for companies that operate better in-house, many of these fledgling processes can be utilized to create safe, productive and more resourceful working environments.
As the chart above shows, many employers still believe that working in a single location can be important for maintaining company culture, and the data illustrates that…