The pandemic has single-handedly uprooted the way workplaces have operated for decades.
Organizations and businesses from several industries have had to completely reconfigure how they function and make way for more digital infrastructure than ever before.
While it is abundantly clear that there is no returning to pre-pandemic normalcy, what can workers all over the world expect in the near future from this transition?
For starters, the idea of coming into the office five days a week has been shattered. Instead, the world’s largest work from home experiment will lead companies to embrace flexibility.
However, this doesn’t mean the end of the office. Instead, businesses will utilize office space to serve as more collaborative environments in combination with remote working policies.
With the increasingly distributed workforce, companies are also expected to enhance their security protocols. Most of the world is transitioning to online, which means that the risk of cybersecurity breaches is growing.
With this, businesses will be investing more into security technology that protects their employees from potential exposure to cybersecurity threats.