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August 11, 2022
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Flexible working hindered by tech trouble

Two thirds of employees say they are more productive when they work remotely yet many are being held back because flexible working technology is not optimised. Research carried out among 2,016 UK flexible workers by 99&One suggests that companies are still not getting some basic technology configurations right. According to the research, nearly one in five (17 percent) employees still experience connectivity issues when working remotely. Part of the problem is that employees have been overloaded with technology they have not yet fully adopted or mastered. Those surveyed reported challenges with instant messaging (67 percent), shared documents (61 percent), cloud-based collaboration…
Flexible working hindered by tech trouble

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