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The Business Case for Remote Work in 2021 by Global Workplace Analytics

The data is overwhelming. Employees and employers are saving money, time, and resources, while improving their overall well-being. It's a clear win-win.

Hybrid Model Set to Transform Offices, say IBM and Thinkific Canada

Before the arrival of COVID-19 in Canada, Thinkific employees could work from home one or two days a week. Looking to the post-pandemic future, that equation will likely be inverted.

BMO says 80% of its employees may switch to blended home-office work

Bank of Montreal made a sweeping reappraisal of workplace policies after it found being in the office was not essential to getting things done. 36,000 of their employees may be working from home soon.

Owl Labs expands into Canada and shares its research into remote work

Post COVID-19, 56% of respondents would like to work remotely either full time or several times per week. Only 12% never want to work from home again.

Remote working teams are a trend that's been growing among startups and forward-thinking companies

Conducting meetings and interviews is pretty seamless with Zoom, Google Hangouts, Hyrell and Newton.

Survey: 1 In 2 people won't return to jobs that don't offer remote work post-COVID

The report analyzes employees working remotely, how COVID-19 has changed their sentiment around remote work, what they expect from their employers, and their biggest concerns as they look ahead.

WFH has become the way in which companies now conduct business

Global Workplace Analytics recently announced the findings of a new study, and estimates that between 25% and 30% of the US workforce will be working from home multiple days a week by the end of 2021.

Experts predict the death of the office as we know it

Companies in the fields of technology, financial services, and insurance have invested big bucks in remote work tools, and there is no indication they are returning to the old way of doing business, according to CNBC.

Vast majority of Canadians pleased to be working from home: poll

The vast majority of Canadians who've been working from home aren't eager to rush back to their work places as cases of COVID-19 surge across the country.

A long-term shift to remote work is now inevitable. Here’s what companies need to do, and what they need to change

Companies have realized that workers don’t have to physically be in the office to be productive—and reducing the number of employees who work from the office can lead to huge cost savings on everything from rent to office snacks.

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