Understanding the Value of Remote Workers and How to Support Their Communications Needs
How to Ensure Productivity and Positive Culture Through the Use of Communications Systems
Thirty years ago, the concept that millions of workers nation-wide would work remotely was farfetched. But, with leaps and bounds in the technology sector, workers and companies alike have found increased flexibility, allowing many workers to spend at least some time working remotely. In fact, in 2017, it was reported that 43% of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely. When a group of hiring managers was interviewed, it was found that 38% of hiring managers predicted that their employees will work predominately remotely in the next ten years.
Introducing Vertical Communications
When people use the phone on their desk they often don’t consider how it got there or where the technology that allows them to communicate worldwide comes from. When you pause to consider it, the technology behind communications systems is fascinating, and the people who create it have their own story to tell. For instance, do you know how your phone provider, Vertical Communications, came to be?
4 Ways Using Chat and Unified Communications will Improve Your Business
Increased Communications through Chat
When many companies select a new communications platform, they primarily focus on the voice and video aspect of their company’s communications. In reality, there are many different modes of communication, and when organizations prioritize communications, barriers are eliminated in the work place. One under-used solution is chat. Many of us consider chat to be a tool used for personal or recreational use, but when it’s implemented in the work place, chat has demonstrated that it is a powerful tool in any company’s communications arsenal. Enabling company-wide conversations via chat can benefit your company in several ways.