What have been your top challenges in supporting a new remote workforce?

Q&A, Pulse Q&A, IT, Spend Intentions Provisioning employees at home who didn’t have laptops or had much older and less equipped computers at home (no camera, microphone) for Zoom meetings, Teams calls and online training courses. Or didn’t have reliable high speed Internet at home. Or were relying on using just their smart phone and cellular for their Internet connection...

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Provisioning employees at home who didn’t have laptops or had much older and less equipped computers at home (no camera, microphone) for Zoom meetings, Teams calls and online training courses. Or didn’t have reliable high speed Internet at home. Or were relying on using just their smart phone and cellular for their Internet connection...

Pulse User

Burnout. People are working longer and a leaders challenge is to have people work smarter not harder in this times

Pulse User

License capacity and home internet connections.

Pulse User

Industry Compliance, dealing with PCI for a remote workforce is tricky. Your old polices and procedures will not work, and you must adapt.

Pulse User

Home internet connection as well as keeping the team together despite not seeing each other face to face for a longer period of time

Pulse User

People who don't have a home office, or any sort of workable environment.

Pulse User

Written communication becomes more important and some need support there. As I believe remote work part of our lives, workforce needs to get more effective in written communication. Amazon has a good model here.