Though the work-from-anywhere model to continue but the office era is not over yet
Remote work – Key trends & challenges
As the pandemic begins to ease, many companies have/are planning a hybrid combination of remote and on-site working, in which some employees are on premises, while others work from home.
The new model promises flexibility and increased productivity for individuals and for organisations as well. However the road ahead might be a bit different than what currently is visible while mixing virtual and on-site working despite its current success.
Delivering paperless systems
Going paperless can help organisations and users becoming more compliant. Paper processes expose the company to potential liability due to a lack of security or lost paperwork. On the other hand, EManaged documents possesses security measures and other features that ensure critical information is protected. We need to explain these digital features to our colleagues as well as our business partners in order to convince them.
Strategies for business profitability
The strategies are:
· Be realistic on the business goals.
· Remain clear about responsibilities and make others also clear about them.
· Be flexible, open to constructive feedback.
Future of work and workforce
COVID-19 has taught the entire world some valuable lessons that will shape the future of work and associated workforce in many ways – from finding new ways to connect virtually and still doing and managing business. The work-from-anywhere model may be here to stay, but that does not mean that the office era is over.
Majority of our employees want to return to the workplace after initial six to seven months of work from home as they were missing the in person connection and collaboration which was there in pre COVID-19 era.
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