The State of Digital Fatigue

With remote work, virtual meetings have taken up a lot of space in employees weeks. Download this report to take a deep look at how remote employees are feeling nearly two years since the beginning of the pandemic, and how companies can help moving forward. 

The state of digital fatigue in 2022, report

How has remote work impacted employees?

Remote work has proven to beneficial for employees with the end of commutes and more flexible hours. However, productivity, internal communications and company culture, have been impacted:

  • 31% of respondents have a hard time focusing on virtual meetings
  • 34.5% spend more time communicating with teammates than getting work done
  • 36% of survey takers  have seen an increase in micro-manager behavior across their team

49% of remote workers suffer from digital fatigue!

With 22% of respondents spending over 10 hours a week in virtual meetings, it comes to no suprise that employees are suffering from digital fatigue. Download this report to find out:

  • The main sources of digital fatigue
  • What industries and roles are the most affected
  • How companies can solve for this moving forward
What are the main causes for digital fatigue?Digital fatigue leads to physical and mental exhaustionRemote work has affected productivity in both positive and negative ways22% of remote workers spend over 10 hours a week in virtual meetings

Discover practical tips to overcome digital fatigue. From tools to processes, meeting best practices and frameworks, help your team embrace asynchronous work and make the most of their time together.

State of digital fatigue, how has productivity been impacted?
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The good news is, that it is possible to fight digital fatigue with some easy-to-implement best practices and tools. For example, 47% of respondents think incorporating interactive elements such as polling and live Q&A during virtual meetings would help.