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How to Enhance Employee Experiences in Hybrid Work Environments

Frost & Sullivan recently hosted Virtual Think Tank discussions with enterprise leaders, stakeholders, and influencers to gather sentiment on the dynamic and evolving topic of engaging employees in the era of hybrid work. What follows are key topics covered in those discussions.

Frost & Sullivan research finds that hybrid work is here to stay, with 91% of organizations worldwide planning to support hybrid work arrangements two years from now. However, IT decision makers face a number of technical and non-technical challenges in their efforts to enhance employee experiences for home-based and remote workers. 

The analyst research firm has organized two virtual think tanks one in the US and the other one in Europe, to give the opportunity to IT and Business leaders to exchange ideas on these pressing questions:

  • What are the impacts of hybrid work on culture, connection, and collaboration?
  • What is the role of technology in building trust and community among a dispersed workforce?
  • How can integrated audio/video and unified communications keep your remote workforce and virtual teams engaged and motivated?
  • How does a people-centric C-suite make collaboration and connection more meaningful?

Participants: 

US Virtual Think Tank:

Click here to download the key highlights of the discussion

Europe Virtual Think Tank:

Learn more in watching the video testimonials of Robert Arnold, Principal Analyst of Connected Work Research at Frost & Sullivan, on the role of technology in re-enforcing collaboration, engagement and company culture. 

Learn more in watching the video testimonials of Robert Arnold, Principal Analyst of Connected Work Research at Frost & Sullivan, on the role of technology in re-enforcing collaboration, engagement and company culture. 

WHAT ARE THE IMPACTS OF HYBRID WORK ON CULTURE, CONNECTION, AND COLLABORATION?
What is the role of technology in building trust and community among a dispersed workforce?
How can integrated audio/video and unified communications keep your remote workforce and virtual teams engaged and motivated?
How does a people-centric C-suite make collaboration and connection more meaningful?
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