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A new survey explores work-from-home (WFH) experiences and the technology that supported or failed to support remote employees.
Many organizations are adopting a hybrid way of working, giving employees more autonomy and flexibility around where or how they work.
Tampa, Miami, and Raleigh top list of U.S. cities where employees often log over eight hours a day at home, finds Robert Half research.
DeVry University’s study of workplace sentiment reveals significant uncertainty about career stability, with 25% considering job changes due to COVID-19 crisis.
Nearly 70 percent of federal employees who telework want to increase telework, only three percent want to telework less than they did prior to COVID-19, finds a new survey from Eagle Hill Consulting.
Companies are adjusting to the new work-from-home world with mental health support and workday changes.
As the COVID-19 crisis subsides, we can expect a different workplace than the one we left behind. Here are four ways the coronavirus is changing the office space and the way we work.
Intracom Systems has released VCOM DRaaS. In the event of a widespread emergency, such as COVID-19, VCOM DRaaS enables users of critical communications systems to continue to work from home or other remote locations outside the office or studio.
In an attempt to balance employee needs with financial realities, organizations are employing a variety of approaches to time-off policies in response to COVID-19.
Does your organization urgently need employees to work from home due to COVID-19? Try these five helpful tips.
Nearly two-thirds of American knowledge workers believe traditional offices will be obsolete by 2030, according to Zapier report.