Amplifying Globalization Through Hybrid Teams

Employees who are able to work in a hybrid model are more productive

More employees, especially those who work in within large organizations and across industry spectrums, will become hybrid and ‘externally’ focused. This will continue to grow and be enabled by remote and virtual technologies…

Bengaluru, Karnataka Oct 8, 2021 ( – The workforce is evolving – with new technologies that are being powered by resilience and creativity are changing the way we work and envisaging the jobs we perform in a different manner; employers are being challenged with adapting.

At the same time, workers are feeling the pressure of economic uncertainty and competition for jobs, and are seeking opportunities within remote or virtual teams.

Fortunately, there are new ways for employers and employees to connect. Remote time management tools such as ProHance make it possible to collaborate at a distance, without geographic boundaries.

No longer are employees chained to their desks; a typical workday can be more flexible — and more productive. Software, tools, and methods allow us to maintain existing connections and form new ones, increase productivity and build bonds that transcend physical distance.

Increased productivity is a byproduct that most companies have noticed when they align software such as ProHance on their workforce.

Employees who are able to work from home, in-office, or a combination of both are able to be more productive, both in hours spent and quality of work. Because they can focus more specifically on their work, rather than commuting, they are able to produce higher quality work.

And companies that provide remote time management tools can reap the benefits of increased productivity, improved morale, and higher employee retention.

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