1. Google Workspace
Practically all employers/client/partner will expect you to have at least some familiarity with common office suites such as Google’s G Suite/Workspace. Apart from the expectations, it also makes your work smarter and increases productivity. Not familiar with it yet? start with Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Gmail.
2. Microsoft Office Suite
Just like google suite, Microsoft office suite was ranked as the No. 1 skill everyone should know before entering the workforce. You should at the very least know Microsoft Word, Excel, powerpoint and maybe Outlook & OneNote.
3. Online meeting software
The pandemic has pushed organizations into the age of remote work, why have a physical meeting when you can round things up with a virtual meeting?
So mastering online meeting software such as Zoom, Google meet and Teams is a no brainer.
4. Communication and Collaboration Tools
Beyond email, many organizations use an advanced array of communication and collaboration tools to aid with productivity.
Common collaboration tools include Slack, Trello, Basecamp, Skype, Dropbox and Flowdock.
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