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Remote Work Works: The Office after COVID-19

“We are not in a rush to pull people back into the workplace,” says Rob Falzon

  • December 10th 2020

“We are not in a rush to pull people back into the workplace,” says Rob Falzon, vice chair of Prudential Financial. With an emphasis on confronting worker stress and buoying company culture, the company’s 20,000 U.S.-based employees adapted to the pandemic by leveraging its online Skills Accelerator platform for employees to continue learning and development while remote, increasing access to mental healthcare, and providing extra support for juggling remote-work obstacles.  Falzon joins Heather Landy, executive editor at Quartz, to discuss data from Prudential’s “Pulse of the American Worker Survey: Work in Progress—Six Months Living the Future of Work,” conducted by Morning Consult. Based on key findings, Falzon confirms that for American workers remote-work works and suggests the post-pandemic working environment should be a hybrid, where office walls are torn down to promote collaboration space and flexibility to do individualized work at home.  Presented by Prudential 


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