Communications Breakdown Infographic
Workplace Communication in the Age of NOW
As the rise of multinational corporations, homeworking and flexible hours have dispersed employees into different locations and time zones, many organizations are facing a communications breakdown, with business leaders struggling to maintain the concept of a single, unified workforce.
So just how bad is this problem, and how can communications technology help to provide office workers with the face-to-face time they demand?
Based on a survey of 2,000 UK and US office workers. To access the full Generation Now research report, click here.
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