The Flexible Future Of Work: 4 Steps to Finding a Model That Works for You
Embracing communication and flexibility are two necessities for businesses trying to find a strategic answer to the future of work question.
Over the past year, business leaders have learned that the shift to remote work bucked the conventions of workplace culture and challenged our notions of what productivity looks like. As we adapt to a new future of work, flexibility will be key at all levels. Statistics show that employees' ability to go with the flow while working from home actually increased productivity, efficiency and job satisfaction. Leaders today must meet that flexibility in order to succeed.
Finding the right fit will make your employees happier and help you keep your employees, many of whom say they won't work for companies that don't offer remote flexibility. When considering what type of workplace model will work best for your business, it is vital that you start with the needs of your most valuable asset: people.
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