When the coronavirus crisis hit, many companies around the world were forced to immediately transition to a remote workforce, a big departure from the previous norm. While about a third of survey respondents in Gallup’s Global Work-from-Home Experience Survey, published in early May, said they worked from home at least weekly before the pandemic, that number rose to 89% during COVID-19. And many experts expect the number of remote workers to stay high for the foreseeable future… Read more.
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