Given the ups and downs of this pandemic, remote work remains in the foreground.
The quarantine has highlighted remote work as a phenomenon, its benefits as well as its drawbacks and limitations. Nowadays, it is obvious that remote work has a significant impact on both individual and collective performance.
As a result of its proven effectiveness, it has become the new way of working, so much so that businesses even consider applying it beyond the current Covid-19 pandemic.
These new conditions have forced us to rethink our work habits. And numbers confirm that, given the high demand in collaborative suites and digital workplace solutions.
We are moving to a new era based on new rules!
However, we cannot deny the risky side of remote work as a real managerial challenge for some:
Some people are reluctant because this new way of working may limit human interactions, creates communication silos and, of course, makes it hard to balance professional and private lives.
There are plenty of challenges shown in this infographic: How did remote workers experience confinement during this challenging period? What is the impact of remote work on the mental, physical and moral level of remote workers? How to make remote working a success?
Finally, what is the role of management in the well-being and motivation of employees?
You will find the answer to all these questions in the infographic below, based on the results of studies carried out by Malakoff Humanis, the Human Footprint Opinion Way barometer, as well as our own experience in managing human resources remotely and especially in times of crisis.