The new generation of workers always needed a new way to work, and hence, there are today's next generation tech tools helping both the employers as well as the employees to get a remote connection to take the digital business and WRH culture to the next level.
Though this lockdown has had an adverse affect on every business and personal lives today, it has also helped in the transition towards the work at home business models. Today, many businesses are shifting towards this WFH culture due to all the benefits that it has to offer.
Marty Fukuda, N2's chief operations officer has said, "The notion of 'I'm working out with somebody else' keeps them accountable in a way that they wouldn't be if we just emailed them the workout of the day."
Supporting various platforms which are ideal for sharing photos, video, and links among different groups of people, founder of Snapchat Whitney Wolfe had highlighted, "A Snapchat can be really big for changing the mood when you're not in the same place."
Snapchat has about 300 freelance ambassadors, and everyone communicates the same app to communicate remotely with each other seamlessly. "It's huge on college campuses, where a lot of our ambassadors are," said Wolfe.
While 38 percent of U.S. employers allow their employees to work remotely on a regular basis, about 80 to 90 percent of the U.S. workforce prefers working from home, at least for part time, reports one interesting survey. Also, three percent of U.S. workers work from home these days, which is growing if compared with 1.5 percent in 2005. Furthermore, 50 percent of the workers’ jobs in 2014 were compatible with some remote working.
Here are some of the apps which are on a mission to make the work from home model a successful and a beneficial step towards a digital business:
Zoom (Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & web)
Offering a full suite of video conferencing and communication tools for businesses, Zoom can be one of the most beneficial apps for today’s remote workers.