remote work

Remote work isn't going anywhere.

  • 8 August 2022
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In 2020, 71% of survey respondents said remote work would be the top paradigm shift in the post-pandemic workplace. So far, they’re right.

Hear from CEOs, heads of HR, executive consultants, and equity specialists on why remote work is no longer an option.
 

 

Discuss: If remote work was implemented at your organization during the height of the pandemic, is it still in place now? Do your senior leadership have a consistent viewpoint of remote or hybrid work models?


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@Damien Thanks for sharing. I was one of those who felt productive working in the office and in real connection with people, so adapting to the remote work was a big challenge for me in the beginning of the pandemic . However, it took me a couple of months to get used to the new normal, and find out how I can be as productive ( even more than/) as before. Right now, I think the biggest challenge for HR professional who are working in companies in Hybrid mode or Onsite, is attracting right talents and providing facilities for the employees to feel as comfortable as they are working remotely. I assume it most probably will cost more for the employers. 

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I think the biggest challenge for HR professional who are working in companies in Hybrid mode or Onsite, is attracting right talents and providing facilities for the employees to feel as comfortable as they are working remotely. 

Totally agree. COVID forced that paradigm shift on all of us – and now we have a new subset of problems to navigate that we’ve never had to deal with before. 

It’s uncharted territory for the majority. Apart from new techs and so on, the biggest change we can bring in is behavioural change. We are having to adapt as people. Before long, all this will feel pretty normal and then, a whole other challenge will come along and we’ll figure it out then. 

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