Like many companies all over the United States and around the world, Workday has recently made an abrupt shift to remote work. We closed offices worldwide amidst the pandemic and instituted mandatory work-from-home guidelines for most of our workforce. With that move, we faced a lot of uncertainty. First and foremost, how could we help ensure the safety of our employees? Would they have the tools and information they needed to make the shift to work from home, and to do it successfully and productively? Would they be able to connect and collaborate easily? And, could we maintain the same pace of learning and development, especially if mandatory remote work remained in place longer than we expected?
“Around the globe, remote work is currently being tested at a scale never before imagined,” says Barbry McGann, executive director of the office of the CHRO for solution marketing at Workday. “This has been a particularly big change for organizations that had the majority of their workers based in offices. Our customers are facing these same challenges, so we’ve spent a lot of time engaging them in conversations. Because people use Workday in so many different ways, it’s important to connect and share
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