2020 did not go according to plan, did it? Every single area has been influenced by the current (at the time of writing) pandemic. Amongst every other disruption, the corporate sector was the most difficult hit. So, why do we need to understand or know a few remote work statistics?

Companies had to adjust to new working standards overnight. This meant that companies hardly got any time to ponder and plan. The pandemic could turn out to be the final nail in the coffin of the current work standards.

But the more important reason why understanding the statistics is important is because remote working isn’t going anywhere soon. What this current pandemic has exposed that most of the operations of a well-oiled organization can be done remotely. According to us, we are going to see a huge spike in the number of remote workers in the near future (even after everything gets back to normal)

Reshape work for next generation employees

Technology now allows people to connect anytime, anywhere, to anyone in the world, from at most any devices. This is dramatically changing the way everyone working, facilitating 24 X 7 collaboration with co-workers who are dispersed across time zones, countries, and continents.