Spending nearly two months working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are giving a lot of thought to their workforce strategy going forward. To get a read on where the nation is heading, Neil Cavuto of Fox Business asked Harley Lippman, CEO of Genesis10 about the future of work post-coronavirus.
“Companies are looking to do more with less. They are refocusing their workforce strategy,” Lippman said. “They are looking to minimize their risk by diversifying their operations, especially in IT.”
Now, many companies have their IT operation all in one place, Lippman explained, and they don’t know when the next disaster—another pandemic, a terrorist attack—is going to strike. “Having work done in various, smaller locations, outside the hub of the operation” will mitigate their risk,” he said.
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