The new norm for the US
"In order to remain competitive, more than 84% of UK and North American brands say that it is important or critical to be able to rapidly train their workforce to be effective at working remotely, while among senior brand-side marketers, 58% in the UK and 78% in North America believe that remote work is most effective with training in best practice."
We're now in unprecedented times, and the world we live in is different from the one we knew was just a few months ago.
Talking to our clients many of them are having to make important decisions on a daily basis to keep their employees safe and protecting the business they all work for, this includes providing adequate training and resources to work in this new world.
As the landscape continues to change, Aspire are helping their US clients evolve their recruitment and retention strategies. If you're looking for advice then please get in touch with Aspire US.
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