Pre-coronavirus, employee engagement had evolved from 'cause for concern' to 'signs of improvement', with Gallup reporting in 2018 the percentage of engaged workers in the U.S. was at an all-time high of 34%, while actively disengaged workers had dropped to a new low of 13%.
Coronavirus has changed knowledge work forever, after businesses - complying with Government rules around lockdown -were forced to cram months or years of digital transformation into just days to remain operational, let alone competitive.
In a world where communication is as easy as opening an app, there is something a little bit special about mystery mail landing on the doormat with a thud, says Claromentis CEO Nigel Davies.
As life moves on towards a 'new normal', we hear from four people who have made significant changes to their working life or personal finances over the past few weeks. Perhaps there are new ways of doing things you plan to maintain?
If remote working is to become the new norm, where does it leave innovation and the diversity of thought that drives it?
With many businesses hit hard by coronavirus and the resulting lockdown, the UK hiring rate is down 40% on last year according to the latest available data from LinkedIn.
Business Insider talks to C-suite execs about their e-learning habits during the lockdown - including Claromentis CTO Mike Christian.
The 'novelty' of lockdown has long since worn off. Business leaders who've worked hard to transition workers from offices to digital workplaces now need to anticipate a steep decline in team morale, and understand how to keep their people productive and engaged through the-no doubt slow-return to normality.
Now that many of us are unwitting participants in the biggest global remote work experiment ever seen, even the naysayers are having to become home-working advocates.