Working from home – but how hard? Helping remote employees connect more effectively is a great way to improve productivity
GUEST OPINION by Brendan Maree, Vice President Asia Pacific, 8x8: So, how’s that remote working experiment working out for your business? It’s been a year now since the onset of the COVID crisis forced Australian businesses and organisations to shutter their offices and send employees home. In April and May of last year, almost a third of Australians workers were toiling in their home offices, according to Roy Morgan research.
The COVID crisis has demonstrated the viability of mass remote working and embracing the practice long term has significant advantages, writes Shad Mortazavi, Founder and Managing Director, OpenIQ
GUEST OPINION by Shad Mortazavi, Founder and Managing Director, OpenIQ: Did your company’s contact centre make a sudden shift to remote working when the COVID crisis struck? If so, you’re in good company. In the wake of government shutdown announcements in March 2020, scores of Australian organisations equipped their agents with mobile devices and dispatched them home to work.
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