Remote Work After the Pandemic

After the pandemic is over, businesses will have to determine how to return to the office. For some, the question might be if doing so is even necessary.

  • As of 2018, 29% of workers could work from home, and 25% did so occasionally
  • Telecommuting has been around since the ’70s.

Lower Risk to Employees

Not all people can work remotely, but allowing employees who can do so may minimize interactions between people throughout a community.

  • Some of the biggest tech companies will maintain their work-from-home policies.

Higher Productivity and Engagement

Studies have shown that work-from-home arrangements can support productivity and morale.

  • 60% have been as or more productive since working from home
  • 47% spend more time with their families

Reduce Office Costs

Cutting office expenses could be one of the simplest ways to keep costs low.

Ways to Save:

  • Reduce office space by canceling or choosing not to renew leases
  • Empty offices don’t need lights or climate control

Maintaining Employee Connections

Many employees are missing the interaction with their team and co-workers. If the company chooses to keep employees remote, consider ways for teams to connect and collaborate.

An employee-centric platform, such as iSolved with Mojo, is designed to keep employees connected and in sync, no matter where they’re located.

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