Some interesting comparisons for you:
|Bank of America||British Lottery Corp|
|Farm Credit Canada||Salesforce|
|Mercy Health||Aire Serv|
|National Acoustics Lab||NHS|
|Pela Case||Duncan Lewis|
|Great American||Sopra Steria|
|TCS Education System||United Health Advisors|
|University of Exeter||Bamboo|
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Our response to the Covid-19 Crisis was to run a pre-launch assessment about working from home (WFH). Many people are struggling with working from home or anywhere, but since then, there has been a call for more flexible working options. Including more flex time, hybrid office hours, including full-time and part-time remote scenarios. The coined term “Great Resignation” has driven many Remote-Work companies to deploy radical and exciting alternatives to the typical 9-to-5 in-office default. Also, many other companies are still struggling to adapt. Here we help you identify those Remote-Work companies trying to solve the technical and psychological issues around remote work.
We turned to a couple of collaborators, Sara Perry, Ph.D. and Stephen Race, MSc in Occupational Psychology, to design our Hybrid/Remote-work company comparison measure.
“Even introverts who work in an office can suffer from isolation at suddenly being moved home. Dr. Perry suggested proactively staying in touch with others rather than waiting for someone to reach out. That could mean emailing colleagues more often, having conference calls, video conferences, using chat tools or just picking up the phone.” ~ NY Times
"An organization’s level of resilience, or whether they can ‘survive and thrive’ in times of crisis and uncertainty depends on the strength of its culture."