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Why Some Companies Managed To Thrive and Some Failed To Maintain Their Performance: Michael Osland

Pandemic introduced us to a virtual world that nobody knew could exist. It created a work culture that was unimaginable to the pre-pandemic era.

Why Some Companies Managed To Thrive and Some Failed To Maintain Their Performance: Michael Osland
Pandemic introduced us to a virtual world that nobody knew could exist. It created a work culture that was unimaginable to the pre-pandemic era. In the initial stages, the employees experienced difficulties. But gradually, the remote working mode became more stable, and they found it more flexible to adapt. Some companies thrived more than they had expected, while others struggled to keep themselves afloat.
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