Working in a remote world: Ways to be efficient and mobile
The insurance industry needs to embrace technology, as remote work becomes the norm and not the exception. Being able to leverage tools and platforms to bring you closer to clients, even if you’re not in the same room, is a gift.
By Julie Halgren|June 23, 2021 at 02:06 PM
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Unprecedented, significant, remote. Three words that adequately describe what companies and businesses have faced over the last year and a half. As the entire world shifted under the weight of a global pandemic, everyone had to adjust in one way or another. That included when, where and how we work.
As we make our way through 2021, there is a light at the end of a tunnel. Shifts and adjustments will continue and that’s especially true when it comes to returning to work. However, many employees across the country won’t actually be returning anywhere.
According to a survey conducted by Enterprise Technology Research, the percentage of workers permanently working from home is expected to double from pre-pandemic levels this year. Another recent Gartner CFO survey revealed that over two-thirds of CFO’s polled (74%) plan to permanently shift employees to remote work after the COVID-19 crisis ends.
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