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The CEO of SAP says that the biggest unexpected challenge of remote work is helping employees who live by themselves feel safe and connected (SAP)

Business Insider Monday, 6 April 2020
The CEO of SAP says that the biggest unexpected challenge of remote work is helping employees who live by themselves feel safe and connected (SAP)· *When technology giant SAP shifted to a work-from-home policy, it needed to accommodate its massive workforce of 100,000 employees based in more than 180 countries.*
· *SAP co-CEO Jennifer Morgan said she quickly realized a need that tended to be overlooked: the welfare of employees who were living alone.*
· *"You hear so...
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