Working from home will remain an integral part of the organisation post-lockdown. It has already transformed many traditional business processes to put in place the foundation of a more agile workforce.
Just a few months ago, working from home (WFH) was in many cases, considered a luxury only reserved for a few executives. Apart from sales teams, most employees were required to be office-bound for managers to consider them as being productive.
However, the COVID-19 pandemic and the enforcement of social distancing as a critical health response to the virus have radically changed this traditional approach.
Irrespective of how long the global lockdown will remain in effect in different countries, the reality is that many executives believe WFH will become a permanent fixture wherever it is possible and practical to do so.
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