Are Workers More Productive at Home?

Sept. 23, 2020 | 12:00-1:00 PM BST

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Return to Work - Are workers more productive at home?

The world of work is changing. It is more collaborative, fluid and dynamic than ever. As companies adapt to hybrid workforce models where more people than ever are working from home, what strategies are working? Are employees more productive at home?

How can companies protect workforce productivity and build agility into their models as regions prepare for a Return to Work? You are invited to join us for this closed discussion where we will facilitate peer to peer sharing on the challenges you are facing in driving productivity for your workforce.

Key takeaways:

  • Hear from your Peers on their approaches to solving for hybrid workforce productivity
  • Dell Technologies and VMWare & Dell Boomi experts will share their insight from what they are seeing in the market

Become a VIP attendee for the Are Workers More Productive at Home? Digital Boardroom and move your organization forward on current goals. If you are interested in attending the digital event, fill out the form below and a CDM Media representative will contact you with more information.

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