Report: How will working practices across the Americas change as a result of Covid-19?

15 Sep 2020

Harry van Schaick, The Americas Regional Editor

Harry van Schaick
The Americas Regional Editor
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Although the Americas was one of the last regions to be affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, strict government lockdowns forced companies to adapt to new ways of working in a matter of days at very short notice. As lockdowns are gradually lifted, it has become clear that few organisations are likely to revert to pre-pandemic practices even after a vaccine is found. From the US down to Argentina, companies have found innovative ways to maintain productivity and team dynamics while managing shifts in the skills needed from their workforces in an uncertain global economy. This report looks at how companies, governments and individuals have reacted to these challenging headwinds while looking ahead to their long-term viability and potential in a radically different post-pandemic economy. 

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Harry van Schaick, The Americas Regional Editor

Harry van Schaick
The Americas Regional Editor
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