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Remote Working 10 Incredible Status [An Infographic]

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Last updated on May 25, 2020

Remote Working is the buzzword Today

Remote Working or Work From Home (WfH) is the buzzword today.  After the outbreak of COVID- 19 pandemic this phrase is often heard all around, especially among the technical sector.

The unexpected arrival of Coronavirus COVID- 19 Pandemic and its aftermath forced many employers to think on this line to allow or to start a remote working process for their employees.

Yes, the COVID- 19 pandemic arrival really forced many employees to work remotely by sitting at home to fulfill the task entrusted to them by mainly using the Internet and other remote online tools.

As a blessing in disguise, this forced situation becomes an inevitable time to learn new skills to fulfill their stipulated task,  or it helped many to boost their productivity.

Remote Working Helps Employees To Learn Modern Technologies

Remote workingRemote working helps the ability to know what new tools to use when and how to use them is one skill a remote manager must-have.  Using a project management tool could really help a remote working manager.

Here is an Infographic which talks about 10 incredible status about remote working. The statistics show that workers tend to be 20% more productive when they get to tackle creative projects remotely.  It also reveals that remote working personals are 13% more efficient due to less distractions.

Before going through the infographic I request you to have a look at this 2 minutes wonderful video by Julie Weishaar

Check out this astonishing statistics on remote working from this infographic by ProofHub.

Remote working

CHECK OUT YET ANOTHER INFORMATIVE INFOGRAPHIC ON REMOTE WORKING

Infographic provided by NewHorizons123.com

Remote Workforce Trends

I T Companies Prefer Remote Working Or Work From Home Strategy

Major IT companies like Google, Twitter, Facebook,  etc already announced their decision to allow its employees to work from home.

Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai said Google’s majority of its employees will work from home until 2021.
At the same time, it will allow some essential staffers to work in June or July from the office.

It is interesting to note that, TWITTER` is one of the first companies to allow its employees to work from home. But Twitter says they don’t anticipate being one of the first to return to offices,   In a recent statement, it’s CEO, Jack Dorsey said  USA TODAY: “The past few months have proven we can make that work. So if our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue to do so forever, we will make that happen. If not, our offices will be their warm and welcoming selves, with some additional precautions, when we feel it’s safe to return.” 

Now come to FACEBOOK Inc. Facebook Wants to Be the Last Company to Return to the Workplace, Says Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officer.

She said in a recent interview with Bloomberg Technology her company expects the economy will look like and when its employees will go back to work.  “This is a great time for men to ‘lean in’ to their families,”  Check out the video for more information.

Published on: Apr 16, 2020.
Updated on May 19, 2020.

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