Employees may need some help getting organized and staying productive while working from home.
More than a year into the pandemic, just one third of employees are engaged with their work, according to a poll by Gallup. Fifty-one percent of employees report feeling “psychologically unattached” to their work. Disengaged employees are less productive and have higher rates of absenteeism, which costs employers $350 billion annually, according to Gallup.
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Utilizing the right technology can help employees stay on track. Mobile app platform 42matters analyzed the top trending productivity apps available through the Apple store and Google Play. These programs help organizations tackle virtual management, meeting planning and productivity tracking.