Are communication requirements for non-desktop (e.g. retail associates, nurses, factory workers, servers, etc), remote, and corporate office workers different? Are non-desktop workers more disconnected due to a lack of digital access? Do remote workers suffer more due to time zone challenges and lack of face time?
Questions like these provided the motivation for research into the communication requirements of these workers. Surprisingly, the research reveals similarities across the three different work environments:
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The survey ran in the first quarter of 2017. There were responses from more than 1,200 U.S. workers, with approximately 400 participants responding to every question in each employee segment (non-desktop, remote, office). The participants represented a cross-section of employers, from small businesses with less than 50 employees to enterprises with 20,000+ employees and included employees with a wide range of educational experience from high school to post-graduate work. The survey also included U.S. workers from multiple industries with a variety of professional personae.