All signs point to the fact that remote work is here to stay. A Gartner survey of company leaders found that 80% plan to let employees work remotely at least part of the time after the pandemic, and in a PwC survey of 669 CEOs, 78% agreed that remote collaboration will remain a critical part of their operations for the long-term.
While this shift is certainly exciting, it’s also kicking up a fair share of questions and concerns. Are employees really as productive working remotely as they are in an office? Can a strong workplace culture still thrive even with the absence of physical offices?
In this roundtable, experts will weigh in the challenges of remote delivery, and the necessary best practices for operating successfully within a distributed workforce. Additionally, the panelists will discuss how organizations can hire and retain top talent and ultimately distinguish themselves from their competition by embracing a Remote Maturity model.