Why the mobile workforce stays important

Pre-pandemic, the trend was mobility: being able to work wherever there was a decent Wi-Fi connection, be it on a plane or in a conference center. Now we’ve entered the age of “micromobility,” where workers need to move seamlessly from the home to the office and back again, and any spot in the home could become a workspace at a moment’s notice.

With the possible end of the current crisis in sight, many organisations are thinking about the way they will work (together) after the current pandemic. This will likely be a combination of remote and on-site working: a hybrid, virtual collaboration model that allows both individuals and small teams to benefit from greater productivity. This way of working costs less for your organisation and the new model also promises more flexibility for your employees - which also increases job satisfaction. Sounds good, doesn't it?

Mobile workforce

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