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Although The Everywhere Work Revolution is ongoing but Collaboration is more difficult when working Remotely!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡 Flexibility has become a key workplace priority!

🔥80% of Knowledge workers believe that flexible working is highly valuable, but just 25% say their jobs afford them high flexibility.

📣Organizations that want to attract best-in-class talent must implement what researchers call it the Everywhere Work revolution.

🚀 90% of leaders say employees have the tools to be productive but 43% of office workers say they couldn’t easily access the same tools if they had to work remotely tomorrow.

Leaders are out of touch regarding technology employees need to succeed in Everywhere Work environments, according to a new interesting research published by Ivanti in collaboration with Ravn Research using data from over 7,700 executive leaders, IT and cybersecurity professionals and office workers in January 2024.


✅The Everywhere Work revolution is ongoing!

Where if Work Employees VS Leders

☝️ In addition to allowing hybrid work or flexible schedules, employers must also provide their employees with the tools, experiences and infrastructure to work seamlessly and securely no matter the location.

Researchers noticed that leaders surveyed largely believe that employees who can work remotely should do so. Just 15% say they prefer employees to work in the office full-time, a percentage that has steadily dwindled.

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