The advent of COVID-19 increased the need for remote work and left many organizations scrambling to make sure that employees had the right tools to work from home (WFH). A recent survey from Keypoint Intelligence reports that 80% of employees expect to work from home after the pandemic.
How prepared is your organization to support remote workers?
There is strength in numbers
About 29% of survey respondents noted that some employees were working from home, and 30% said all employees were working from home. That's almost 60% of businesses managing a remote workforce. This is more than double from just two years ago: according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, during 2017 and 2018 only 29% of workers even had the option to work from home, and only about 25% of them actually did.
Many of the businesses surveyed are already digitizing important processes by implementing these digital tools: