Remote work was once considered a distant dream.
Employees fantasized about it.
Managers dreaded it.
Companies vetoed it.
But a global pandemic has transformed the way we live — and work. Today, 'Work-From-Home (WFH)' has emerged as a necessity for the sake of business continuity. While there are many perks of working from home, the challenges to WFH cannot be ignored. Be it the unforced procrastination, muddled communication, or the inability to keep remote team members engaged and help adapt them to the new work environment.
A recent report by Thrive Global¹ states that "Over 85% of the respondents said they wanted more help from their employers as they adap... read more ...