Before the pandemic, more than two-thirds of businesses already allowed employees to work from home at least occasionally, according to a survey by Merchant Savvy. Now, most organizations have no choice but to ask everyone to work remotely until further notice. While many businesses were already headed toward more remote employees, no one knows how things will ultimately play out in this uncertain time, and it could mark a decidedly different future for the workplace.
The unexpected onset of coronavirus left many employers unprepared for a company-wide move to the home office, and many are finding it challenging to stand on solid ground while we all get used to the new normal—at least for the time being. So, what should businesses focus on today for their remote teams? And what should they be thinking about for the coming weeks?
Find out in Caliper's blog post.
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