INFOGRAPHIC their organisation hasn ’ t invested in the right collaboration tools .
When pressed on the pain of their current collaboration tools , the respondents gave a range of responses : struggle to attract and retain their best talent and they will be at a competitive disadvantage as a result .” x
• Under three-quarters ( 70 %) believe better collaboration would improve employee productivity and time savings
• Over three-fifths ( 64 %) believe better collaboration would improve innovation , creativity and engagement
• Just 61 % believe better collaboration would improve greater business growth opportunities
• More than half believe better collaboration would have a positive impact on employee morale ( 60 %)
“ The survey results paint a dim picture for business leaders ,” Day added . “ We are now at the next stage of work where hybrid working has moved from being an employee request to an employee expectation . Business leaders need to embrace this change , making a concerted effort to create a working environment that makes it easy for employees to work together – and a critical part of this means investing in the right tools . Failure to do so will see businesses
UNDER THREE-QUARTERS ( 70 %) BELIEVE BETTER COLLABORATION WOULD IMPROVE EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY AND TIME SAVINGS .