What are the latest trends and challenges of digital communication for remote workers?
| Report due for release July 2020
As remote working becomes our ‘new normal’, the Adaptavist Digital Etiquette study examines the technical, emotional, and practical benefits and challenges of digital communication.
Highlights from the study
Workers expect a high level of professionalism, even when at home
58% of respondents believe taking a conference call from your bed is never acceptable. Additionally, one in ten under 35 year olds considers it utterly unacceptable for pets or children to appear on a video conference.
Digital communication angst highest amongst the young
While millennials are often seen as a digital friendly generation, 46% of Millennial workers worry daily about how they communicate virtually (vs. just 22% of over 45s).
More communication tools, less training
The research highlighted that, although 41% of us are actively engaged on over 4 platforms a day, 44% of us have never had any training on how to use them.
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- How the digital communication landscape is changing
- The greatest challenges with working remotely and communicating virtually
- The best digital technologies and tools to support the virtual workplace
- How widely people’s opinions, beliefs, and behaviours vary when it comes to digital etiquette