COVID-19 Pushes Organizations to Reshape Remote Work Policies
Due to COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, remote working is a temporary solution for many employees, while some companies like Facebook and Twitter plan to establish remote working as a permanent option. However, even before the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work had been identified as a solution to overcome climate change and economic inequality challenges and help employees maintain a better work-life balance. Recently, Facebook demonstrated a potential virtual workspace/virtual office with the assistance of a Mixed Reality (MR) device, where the user leverages gesture control to interact and resize multiple virtual displays while aware of surrounding environment.
In order to respond to remote working needs, organizations rely on interactive digital tools such as video conferencing platforms (which have been significantly enriched over the past few years and are also seeing significant usage today) to remain connected and engaged with workforce and customers. This is in conjunction with traditional communication methods (phone calls, emails), of …
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