Re-openings are upon us and employees are eager to get back to the office. Prepare for the long-term by aiming to keep morale high.
According to Global Workplace Analytics, 77 percent of the workforce wants to continue remote working after the COVID-19 crisis, at least part-time. That could dramatically shift the workforce and company spending. As we begin to reopen and more people return to their offices, we wonder what the new working from home normal will be like.
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According to Gallup, 43 percent of U.S. employees work remotely every day or at least some of the time. These numbers are likely even higher considering COVID-19’s impact. All industries are rapidly adapting to the new and different demands, which is inevitably stressful for all employees involved.
By now hopefully, you have settled into your rhythm for working from home and have been getting used to the transition. Although you might be