Mobile computing accessories company Targus recently conducted a workplace study that shows the majority of organizations are adjusting their digital offerings to support remote and hybrid workers.
The Annual State of the Workplace 2022 study of over 8,000 business leaders and office workers showed that 85% were currently undergoing a digital transformation, or have already completed one to better support remote and hybrid workers.
Additionally, 52% of respondents said they have not attained their ideal home office setup yet, but 58% said they still prefer hybrid or remote arrangements.
Employees stated that their top workplace priorities were sustainability, adopting new ways of working, and overall wellbeing. According to 79% of decision makers, improving technology and other tools can increase employee satisfaction and productivity.
“In our entire company’s history, we can’t remember a time more turbulent, nor seen a more rapid adoption of different technologies, and how we have come to rely on them,” said Andrew Corkill, vice president of global marketing and eCommerce at Targus. “Our research underscores the importance for today’s businesses to equip their employees with the right technology tools to improve productivity and wellbeing, whether they are working at home, in the office, or both.”