Ask the Experts: What to Consider Before Shifting Positions to Remote

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A few months into the pandemic, a Gartner poll showed that 48% of employees would likely work remotely at least part of the time after COVID-19, up from 30% before the pandemic. Now, organizations are increasingly looking at how to embed remote work into workforce planning, either for the short term, or more radically as part of transformative hybrid-workforce models.

Many organizations are considering planning their workforce needs based on critical skills rather than roles

Remote work offers opportunities to snag previously untapped pools of critical skills, such as those needed to drive digital transformation, and provide employees

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