Working from Home: How Ready Are You?

By Leaderonomics|06-08-2020 | 1 Min Read

Part 2 of our working from home white paper series focuses on whether individuals and organisations are ready to embrace new ways of working.

As movement restrictions are being slowly lifted up in various countries, individuals and organisations are preparing to return to their workplace. However, we are at a juncture whereby we are recognising the return of working from home and the welcoming of remote working as we begin to see a mindset change in the third quarter of 2020.

With this new shift, are working individuals and organisations ready to embrace the new ways of working?

Our surveys unveil quantitative and qualitative insights from both company leaders and working individuals in different parts of the world. With our insights and other compiled research, we produced a series of white papers. In this current white paper, we talk about the new reality of remote working and some of the processes and structure to consider when making a shift into remote working.

Download the paper here





Other papers in this series:

Part 1 – Working from Home: A New Normal or Existing Trend?

Part 3 – New Norms of Working: Driving Engagement in a Virtual World

Part 4 – Working from Home: Overcoming Challenges and Developing Steps to Success

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