The post-pandemic era will see significant changes in how work is done. According to a new McKinsey survey of 100 executives across industries and geographies, 9 out of 10 organizations will be combining remote and on-site working. Some companies have been naturally evolving toward the hybrid and remote modes of work. Others faced it as an inevitable reality rather than a choice, all because of the coronavirus pandemic and a consequent shift in the work-life paradigm.
To remain competitive and attractive to talent, companies will have to redefine their understanding of work permanently. If they have not already done so during the pandemic, compliance and risk professionals will have to shore up the weak spots of this work model.