2020 may be viewed as one of the most prominent years for technology adoption and advancement as it has become absolutely essential for millions of companies to continue operations.
Although misconceptions claim that technology divides us and amplifies the generation gap, it has actually brought the world closer together as we all navigate a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic.
Now, the emergence of HealthTech, InsuranceTech, PropTech and others are redefining how we accomplish everyday tasks.
One of the more significant changes to our society is the amount of people who have been forced to work from home. Although this was once a temporary solution to keep employees safe, many are finding that they prefer this work arrangement.
However, there has been a downside to working from home. Several employees have expressed not having proper connectivity, home office supplies or struggling to balance their work and parental responsibilities with children attending school virtually.
Without supporting workers from various backgrounds and experiences, companies could see a dip in productivity and employee satisfaction.
Overall, it is up to business leaders to have the plans in place that ensure the wellbeing of their employees is supported. Listening to what they require in order to make the best of their challenging situation will be crucial.