More than ever before, work is different. Since the onset of the pandemic, each of us has experienced some degree of change to the way we work, and for many of us, where we work is also drastically different.
Despite the fact that most of us are no longer working in cubicles or open-concept office spaces, we can still be productive — something that many organizations would have debated pre-pandemic. But that isn’t the only surprise that the past 12 months have brought us. Here are 3 unique opportunities that this adversity has afforded us:
These commitments can also extend beyond the workforce, as some organizations are re-examining their business practices to ensure that their customers and clients have a more inclusive experience when interacting with the brand’s product or service.
While a difficult year brought with it many significant challenges, it has also presented organizations and their people with unique opportunities to evolve the way we work together, while staying apart.
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