Remote Work Increased Worker Productivity And Satisfaction, ISG Says

Remote Work Increased Worker Productivity And Satisfaction, ISG Says

• ISG experts have found that the rapid transition to remote work during the past year actually increased worker productivity and satisfaction. • ISG Future Workplace Summit will distill 2020 lessons and predict pathways to 2021 success. • Experts with Stanley Black & Decker, REI, Kraft Heinz, Sodexo, AARP, CBRE, Mars, Mass Mutual, BlackRock, the University of Tulsa and more will share insights. STAMFORD, Conn., February xx, 2021 ― The rapid transition to remote work during the past year actually increased worker productivity and satisfaction, paving the way for enterprises to determine their optimal, ongoing hybrid work model and put in place technology and capabilities to deliver it successfully, say experts with Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm. The firm’s digital workplace experts will share insights on the digital, physical and human aspects of the future workplace, along with leaders from Stanley Black & Decker, REI, Kraft Heinz, Sodexo, AARP, CBRE, Mars, Mass Mutual, BlackRock, the University of Tulsa and more, during the virtual ISG Future Workplace Summit, March 10–11. “In early …
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