Managers may be the last people to adjust to remote collaboration

Over in the US, up to two thirds of workers claim their lives have improved as they have adjusted to remote collaboration. However, according to a KPMG survey of 1,000 employees, managers had the hardest time adjusting to remote collaboration. They cited issues such as work/life balance and more demanding/overwhelming day to day work. Leaders are the “glue that holds remote workers together” and need to adjust to prosper through this pandemic.