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WalkMe WFH Insights Report Reveals Key Findings about Employee Engagement and Productivity

WalkMe WFH Insights Report Reveals Key Findings about Employee Engagement and Productivity

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By Shoshana Friedman

We asked our LinkedIn community of 88K professionals, “ How are organizations keeping employees engaged and productive digitally while working from home?”

WalkMe was curious to understand the different approaches and challenges of a diverse range of companies when it came to working from home, specifically when COVID-19 hit. With those rich and detailed responses, we complied a social insights report that breaks down the major trends around WFH.

Read the full report here, and continue reading for key takeaways.

44% of teams started to connect virtually over non-work-related activities.
Social distancing, together with companies across the globe instituting new working from home policies, pushed employees to find moments to connect with one another. The desire to bond and be in touch encouraged companies and employees to create unique initiatives from movie nights to video water cooler hangouts.

29% cited WalkMe specifically in helping their organization WFH. WalkMe’s digital adoption platform facilitates training, onboarding, communications which enabled companies to maintain business continuity and operations while working from home. The multi-faceted platform which provides in-app guidance contributed to significant reductions in support tickets for IT enabling self-service for employees and customers alike. 

WalkMe’s WFH Insights Report provides an in-depth glimpse into how global companies are digitally empowering their workforce to be engaged and productive while working from home.

As we move into the Next Normal, companies will be instituting flexible workspace policies and will require a myriad of tech and people-facing solutions to maintain productivity and engagement.

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Shoshana Friedman
Shoshana's background in product and user experience gives her writing a focus on the human aspect of the business and technology landscapes. Her unique UX angle allows her to assess the digital era in a way that is both practical and insightful.