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Work from Home: The Pandemic subscription to revolutionizing Workforce Industry

Today, managers and leaders around the world have a positive outlook towards working from home (WFH) and observe it as an effective initiative of “social distancing”, which is now become the new reality of the workplace environment amongst many organizations.

Similarly, this spontaneous transition of the common man’s work life has accelerated an array of changes to the social, mental, and physical well-being of the employees. As much as new the concept of teleworking is to the employees, it is an equally fresh perspective to the managers and leaders in the company as well.

Hence, along with the employees, even managers are focusing on developing a range of effective strategies that serve the dual purpose of protecting employees’ wellbeing and ensuring the upkeep of their job performance. However, only one of every 26 jobs can apply to the work from a home model, and that is even if certain countries have the adequate resources to yield better internet connection for their working population.

Back to the employees, work from home environments has majorly influenced their psychological and physiological health. According to statistics of Poland, provided by Sas, a whopping share of 71% of the working population still opt to work in the job place, whereas only 24% of them work remotely. One of the major reasons for this significant increase in the formerly mentioned figures, is due to the mental and physical distractions of working from home, for example, stress and pressure from children, improper work equipment, lack of a good workplace setting at home, and many others.

To solve this issue, or to improve work from home rates in the country, many large companies have begun implementation of suitable infrastructure like cloud platforms to aid, support, and encourage their employees towards adopting telework in these trying times.