Remote work is here to stay, according to Introhive

Current remote work statistics tell us that 18% of executives work remotely more often than on-site, and another 18% work remotely one to three times per week.

In the United States alone, 4.7 million people (which equates to 3.4% of the workforce) work remotely at least half the week and, if they could, 99% of people would choose to work remotely at least part-time. Perhaps most impressive? The number of people who work remotely at least once per week has grown by 400% since 2010. Only time will tell the overall impact to work from home culture in the years following the rebound from 2020’s COVID-19 pandemic. However, thanks to advances in technology and a rapid shift towards digital transformation, more and more organizations are able to successfully deploy part- or full-time remote workers. While it’s understandable that employees are keen to work remotely, it’s equally understandable that managers have reservations.

Remote workforces come with a unique set of challenges:

  • Lack of visibility into teams’ activities, time management and coaching opportunities
  • Communication breakdowns due to lack of interpersonal interaction
  • No way to measure customer interactions, satisfaction or sentiment
  • Administrative, security and IT infrastructure burdens As remote work becomes more commonplace, the use of technologies and need to find innovative solutions grows, too.

In this playbook, learn how artificial intelligence and relationship intelligence automation can help your remote team unlock efficiencies and improve productivity to boost revenue and grow your business.

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