May 05, 2020 How IT Can Support Work-from-Home Management
With WFH shift comes a redefinition of the relationship between facilities, HR, and IT, and opportunity for IT to demonstrate new value to the organization.
The shift to work from home (WFH) as a result of the current coronavirus pandemic has transformed work, and the workplace, in ways that most people couldn’t have imagined just a few short months ago. In our recent survey of more than 450 end-user organizations, Nemertes found that 91% now support WFH, up from 63% prior to the pandemic. Perhaps more importantly, the percentage of the workforce that is now home has more than doubled from 34% to 71%. The WFH phenomena isn’t likely to abate any time soon: 35% of organizations definitely plan to continue to allow WFH even after the pandemic and associated workplace restrictions ease, while another 35% are likely to do so.
With these rapid changes in the workplace come a redefinition of the relationship between facilities, HR, and IT, and an opportunity for IT to demonstrate new value to the organization.
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