As we stretch into one year of remote work, business leaders are looking toward new realities of the post-pandemic world. Organizations will need to rethink and reconfigure their workforces to balance evolving business needs. The pandemic has created an opportunity for organizations to reengage with the workforce and reinvent their workplaces to support new and different ways of working.
In February 2021, Vocon conducted a survey of over 100 business leaders representing 950,000 employees to gather feedback from the business leader perspective around how their remote work experience changed and learn more about the plan for employees after the pandemic.
The biggest hurdle leaders will face in recovery is the tension between preparing for a return to previous activities and routines while also embracing a new reality and keeping their culture alive and their people engaged and connected.
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