Ryan Wong, CEO of Vancouver-based tech unicorn Visier, warns the post-Pandemic paradigm shift to remote work —and the complexities that arise with it—should not be underestimated by employers.
“Hybrid work has changed the nature of our workplaces more than anything else since the invention of the internet,” stated Wong recenty.
The fast-growing Visier this month launched a new solution for its customers. Called Hybrid Work, the Visier NOW feature helps organizations track, measure, and report on “one of the most relevant and vexing workforce challenges facing organizations today.”
“There is a lot of confusion for both employers and employees in expectations about work, and the tradeoffs and challenges of a hybrid model,” explains Wong. “Organizations need a way to understand how hybrid work is impacting their business, both good and bad.”
The solution was announced at the HR Technology Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas.
Questions like “How does hybrid work impact the efficiency and effectiveness of your teams?” and “How does hybrid work impact an organization’s need for physical space?” need answers.
Hybrid working solutions such as hybrid and remote work appeal to 98% of workers among Canadian tech talent today, data shows. Remote tech jobs are up more than 400% in Canada since the start of the Pandemic.
Founded in Vancouver in 2010 by pioneers of business intelligence, Visier has 15,000 customers in 75 countries around the world.
For a taste of flexible working opportunities available today, access Tech Talent Canada’s free Job Board or attend a free Tech Talent Canada Job Fair.