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The COVID-19 pandemic prompted industry leaders to leverage IT and implement work-from-home strategies. Now those remote workforces are likely to be the new normal for many, and administrators might want to consider whether they are prepared to oversee them for the long-haul.
Remote work has lots of benefits, and many CFOs now plan to implement it permanently. According to a Gartner, Inc. survey, 74% of Finance leaders and CFOs will move a minimum of 5% of their on-site workforce to remote positions after the COVID 19 crisis.
The global economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been catastrophic. Businesses of all sizes across the globe have shut their doors, with corporations announcing they will miss their financial goals for the upcoming quarter.