The COVID-19 pandemic has led to dramatic changes in nearly every aspect of daily life. The global lockdown and travel bans have upended assumptions about the nature of work and corporate interactions. It has had tremendous effects on workplace culture, and people have discovered that remote working is here to stay, whether full-time or in a hybrid capacity. As companies adjusted to operate during a pandemic and prepare for recovery, it has become increasingly important for organizations to keep-up with the needs of the workplace and the changing dynamics. Model N quickly moved to a remote work model, providing all employees with the resources and ongoing support needed to do their jobs successfully anywhere they are located. Company executives have embraced opportunities to engage with...
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