With 60% of professionals claiming they experienced better work-life balance while working from home, it would be tough to return to pre-pandemic levels of in-office work. A study found that only 15% of those employed pre-COVID work from home. However, this population was joined by an additional 35%, meaning one-half of the workforce now works remotely.
So, as most organizations manage a large number of employees working from non-traditional workspaces, many, like Dan, acknowledge the inevitability of a digital workplace to optimize individual and team productivity, collaboration, communication, and employee engagement.
Let’s have a look at the digital workplace trends that will define the world of business in 2021.