The survey found 89 percent are allowing at least some employees to work remotely. However, only 17 percent plan to decrease or eliminate office space. Meanwhile, 81 percent say they have increased demand with 81 percent predicting increased sales over the next 12 months and 76 percent forecasting revenue growth of 20 percent or more. Forty-one percent said the pandemic will be a major concern over the next year. Among business issues modifying supply chain strategies was cited by 42 percent, adding new and/or enhanced products and services by 41 percent, and modifying pricing strategies by 41 percent.
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Fifty-three percent of employers will ask employees returning to offices for proof of vaccination, according to a newly released survey from Oracle NetSuite. Despite virus worries most of the 500 business leaders polled are seeing increased demand for goods and services.