Remote Working is a work style allowing professionals to work outside of the traditional office environment. In 2020, the world was forced to move to this new working model, with many employees as well as employers seeing the benefits.
There are many advantages to Remote Working: better work-life balance, higher productivity, no commuting, greater flexibility, and autonomy. Moreover, new technologies and improvements in unified collaboration are making Remote Working easier than ever before.
“Productivity measures the ratio between what you have to put in to get out whatever it is you’re trying to create. Remote work promises a huge increase in productivity because even if individual productivity remained constant, it could slash office costs, so you’d get the same work at much lower cost.” – Gren Gale, Owner of PM Results
This report aims to provide you with a sample of influential voices discussing Remote Working online. You can easily find different influential personas, and experts discussing Hybrid Work and Future of Work as these are a big part of the overall Remote Working conversation.
What’s Covered in the Remote Working Report?
In this report we have a look at a range of influencers and personas, answering the key questions below:
- Which Brand Employees are driving impact online?
- Who are the key Social Amplifiers on the topic?
- Who are the Event Speakers within Remote Working?
- Which Key Opinion Leaders are discussing Remote Working?
- Who are the Contributors & Researchers within the topic?
- Who is sharing content on Hybrid Work?
- Who are the influencers within Future of Work?
- Which Brands are creating thought leadership content on Remote Working?
- Which Publications & Resources are sharing content within this space?
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About Who’s Who reports
These Who’s Who reports are created using the Onalytica platform which has a curated database of over 1 million influencers. Our platform allows you to discover, validate and categorise influencers quickly and easily via keyword searches. The lists are made using carefully created Boolean queries which then rank influencers by resonance, relevance, reach and reference, meaning influencers are not only ranked by themselves, but also by how much other influencers are referring to them. The lists are then validated, and filters are used to split the influencers up into the categories that are seen in the report.
This Who’s Who list should give you an insight into the industry and help break it down. We always want to make sure you are getting the most valuable information available from our lists, so feedback is always welcome!
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