There’s an old saying: a person with one watch knows the time; a person with two is never sure. The modern version might be something about digital tools — a person with one account knows how to do their work; a person with 175 is seriously overwhelmed.
As we enter the beginning of the end of the pandemic (or is it the end of the beginning?), 80% of CEOs are worried about skill shortages and recruitment.
Between 2019 and 2020, productivity at work increased by 197%. In a year characterized by a rapid shift into remote work and its corresponding digital tools, it’s clear that many people are working harder – or at least more – than ever.
2020 gave businesses who’d previously taken a laid-back approach to digital transformation a sense of urgency, with rapid changes made overnight to ensure employees could work from home and continue ‘business-as-usual.'
If you’re one of Google Workspace’s 6 million users, you’ll know first-hand about the benefits of the platform’s productivity-boosting tools and features. But as an innovator in the field, Google Workspace is continuously adding new features to its offering, helping both employees and businesses streamline workflows, enhance security, and improve performance.
If 2020 has taught us one overriding lesson, it’s that businesses need to be prepared to offer employees secure and flexible ways of working.