Even before the effects of the pandemic, the future of work was trending toward a remote workforce. As the global crisis evolves, companies are making changes to support their employees as many expect to work from home for the near future. And though this change was necessitated by COVID-19, many companies are taking this opportunity to look closely at how they plan and execute their HR strategies as they move toward recovery.
In a recent webinar with Workday, Senior Director of People Operations Eamonn Stanley and Director of HR Technology Nathan Stearns from Zynga, one of the world’s leading social gaming companies, joined us to discuss their efforts to keep employees connected even though they’re physically apart.
Zynga owns some of the world’s most popular social games, like “Farmville” and “Words with Friends,” and has over 88 million active monthly users, leading to $1.8 billion in revenue last year. Here are a few highlights from the webinar, including how they’re engaging their remote workforce and how data and analytics make a difference.
How did you help your people stay engaged and positive as you shifted to fully remote?
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