The nearly two-year global pandemic has changed the playbook for local government agencies, from managing remote workforces to dealing with increasingly aggressive security threats. A recent article in Government Technology dealing with changed government workforces addresses multiple issues, including this telling data point: “According to the Pew Research Center, 46 percent of workers who never worked remotely before the pandemic now prefer telecommuting at least part time or as part of a “hybrid” model mixing facets of digital and traditional in-person work.” (GovTech, What will working for government look like in 2022?)
A roundtable of local government agency representatives discusses their current changed environment in an exclusive Springbrook roundtable discussion, and the findings of a recent Springbrook survey during this webinar.
Managing remote workforces
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