COVID-19 has challenged organizations to find new and effective ways to manage their workforce, including the provision of training for remote workers. It’s certainly true that the pandemic has been a catalyst for major shifts in workplace culture, but the rise of remote working has been a long time coming. Since 2005, the number of remote workers has increased by 173%. In the wake of the coronavirus, many workers pivoted to working from home — and it looks like many will continue to do so to at least some degree. It has been predicted that 22% of the workforce, or over 36 million Americans, will work remotely by 2025. This is a significant proportion of the workforce, and they need comprehensive training just as much as their office-based counterparts.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
With the continued growth and evolution of Advanced Manufacturing International, Inc. (AMI), the