Before Covid-19, there were many reasons why employees worked remotely. For some, it was about removing distractions, and for others, it was about maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
But as the world starts to reopen, companies now need to decide whether they continue to allow employees to work remotely or not. According to SHRM, 50% of companies recently surveyed, intend to keep offering a hybrid work arrangement, which means that organizations will need to find ways to monitor and manage employees while they’re in the office or at home.
Watch as we discuss how technology can help this transformation, providing insights and metrics for managing the new norm:
- The benefits and challenges of a hybrid workforce
- Gauging employee productivity and engagement using technology
- How remote monitoring tools can provide metrics for companies of all sizes
Dr. Christine Izuakor
Senior Manager of Global Security Strategy and Awareness - United Airline
Dr. Izuakor is the Senior Manager of Global Security Strategy and Awareness at United Airlines where she plays a critical part in embedding cyber security in United’s culture. She is an adjunct professor of cyber security at Robert Morris University, and independently helps corporations solve a diverse range of strategic cybersecurity challenges.