ao link
Reward Strategy. Incoporating Payroll World.
Hello there,

You are viewing this article as a guest, please login or register to read more. 

Employees need more tech training to WFH

Almost half of employees that are working from home have not had enough training on workplace software to work efficiently, Intact research has highlighted.

TwitterLinkedInFacebook

According to a survey of 1,000 employees, 27% consider their workplace communication tools to be unfit for purpose, while 42% don’t feel they have received adequate training.

 

The top annoyances of the tools used by those that work from home are poor quality systems and technical issues, at 23% and 20% respectively, with 29% that said that a poor internet connection is a significant hinderance to effective working.

 

With the delay in the easing of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions, many remain working from home at least part of the time. Of those surveyed, however, two in five said they were concerned that their employers were spying on them.

 

Instant messaging and email were cited as the preferred forms of workplace communication, ahead of face-to-face meetings and video calling.

TwitterLinkedInFacebook
Add New Comment
You must be logged in to comment. Login or Register to access enhanced features of the website.

You might also like

TPR on why D&I should sit at 'heart' of pensions industry

TPR on why D&I should sit at 'heart' of pensions industry


Inquiry launched to assess workplace support for menopause

Inquiry launched to assess workplace support for menopause


Holly Willoughby’s husband claimed £10k furlough despite personal worth

Holly Willoughby’s husband claimed £10k furlough despite personal worth


Petition sparks debate for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

Petition sparks debate for mandatory ethnicity pay gap reporting

LATEST PAYROLL AND REWARDS NEWS IN YOUR INBOX

Reward Strategy homepage
Reward Strategy RSS

Member of

Did you find our website useful?

Thank you for your input

Thank you for your feedback

reward-strategy.com - an online news and information service for the UK’s payroll, reward, pensions, benefits and HR sectors. reward-strategy.com is published by Shard Financial Media Limited, registered in England & Wales as 5481132, Axe & Bottle Court, 70 Newcomen St, London, SE1 1YT. All rights reserved. Reward Strategy is committed to diversity in the workplace.
© Copyright Shard Financial Media Ltd