The show will discuss the benefits of remote working and how to adapt it.
A “support gap” has emerged where workers need more assistance from their leaders.
16 per cent wish to remain working from home once the lockdown ends.
Despite 68 per cent saying they are more productive.
70 per cent of employees feel confident in their organisation’s communications about the pandemic.
An estimated £366 million in lost productivity.
Yoga came in at a close second.
Trust is key for remote working.
The post-Brexit immigration plans will put an end to visas for low-skilled workers.
The “flex economy” could add more than £12 billion to local economies.
Food related perks seem to be the most popular.
“The worldwide spend on digital transformation will reach £1.6 trillion by 2022.”
Disengaged staff can lead to lower productivity.
Andrea Wicks-Bowles, senior consultant, director global initiatives at Bright Horizons thinks this.