Effective communication is always important —however, when navigating a crisis, it is critical. It is reported that 54% of high-level execs mention that they stream major company updates (such as town halls besides all hands) at least weekly. Anyhow, only 20% of employees agree.
Moreover, Those who rate their companies poorly on communication are 4x as likely to rate their companies poorly on compliance, and 5x as likely to rate them poorly on both collaboration and productivity vs. the average.
Let’s go through this video role report for more information.
Based on the video role report, 1 out of 8 business professionals say their companies never communicate strategy updates. The figure below is to explain the percentage of US professionals across industries who receive strategic communication yearly or less.
The video role survey reveals that in the U.S. in 2019, 33% of employees say their companies communicate strategy updates once a year at most. For 12% of business professionals, their companies never communicate strategy update.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the future of work. Suddenly, the digital transition that seemed years away arrived at our doorstep overnight, and the professional challenges of tomorrow became the challenges of today.
But also before the COVID-19 pandemic, working remotely was permitted at least some of the time for 85% of professionals; for 37%, it was broadly accepted. The chart below to explain the percentage of professionals who would work from the following locations during a typical week (pre-COVID-19)
Check the full video role in workplaces report here.
The data in this report is taken from a mix of sources, with these sources stated at the bottom of each chart. Most of this report draws on data from a joint study conducted by GlobalWebIndex and Vimeo, which included both a quantitative survey and a moderated qualitative online community.