What area(s) of development have you achieved since Working From Home (WFH) during the Covid-19 Pandemic?

Increased Focus/Concentration on your work22%

Improved productivity with higher quality work produced26%

Reduced levels of Stress and better relaxation17%

Better Life/Work balance19%

Greater flexibility (Work wen you feel most comfortable)9%

Improved Work Motivation3%

Higher Energy levels2%



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Information Security Analyst in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
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employee in Healthcare and Biotech, 5,001 - 10,000 employees
Focus on learning new technologies and tools, engaging virtually with team members and how to make those discussions more productive for everyone
Corporate Strategy and Business Development Consultant in Consumer Goods, 10,001+ employees
The substantial shift towards remote work is causing a loss of tribal knowledge, which could have a detrimental impact on the upcoming generation. Similar to the adverse effects on social skills observed in middle school students, we are likely to witness a decline in intellectual and industry knowledge that is typically gained from being immersed in a physical work environment. While a balanced approach to remote work is advisable, a complete shift towards working from home may not be the optimal solution. Speaking from personal experience, as an extrovert, the lack of social interaction had a significant impact on my mental health, and I had to invest in a co-working space to mitigate its effects. Therefore, it is crucial to evaluate the potential long-term consequences of a work from home model and strike a balance that benefits both the organization and the employees.

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