COVID-19 has been an unprecedented situation that pushed us for drastic measures.
One of the most significant changes has been the acceptance of technology, even for those who resisted first.
Technology and virtual connection became a new normal; it was the only way to survive the pandemic and keep the economy going. The worst crisis of a century pushed us towards the next level of incorporating unconventional ways into our lives and made us rethink our priorities as businesses and individuals.
The Future of Virtual Work
As businesses move towards the virtual work culture, they realized virtual workspaces are a more practical and economically sustainable business model. Across the globe, this management style has led to a boom in the virtual work market and fundamental changes to shape employee-employer relationships in the post-pandemic world.
Most of the renowned multinational companies have already started bifurcating their employees as compatible with remote work and not compatible with their remote work; this means that even after the pandemic and lockdown restriction are lifted, we will see more and more people working from their home offices.
According to a recent survey, approximately 56% of the U.S. workforce holds a job that is compatible with remote work, which makes the majority of the jobs a possible virtual role.
3 Predictions for the Real Future of Virtual Work
Virtual Work has become a more accepted phenomenon across borders. Here are few…