How are you preparing your business for the future?
Businesses who adopted an agile or activity based working approach saw a smoother transition to operate remotely when the world went into lockdown and now others are taking note on how to integrate a new way of working into their business continuity plans.
As businesses start to plan office reopens and incorporate hybrid work environments, key considerations need to be factored.
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- Key considerations to factor into your return work plans
- What challenges to address
- Guidance on how to get started
A new balance between working from home and working at the office will re-shape what our office needs to look like
When businesses return to the workplace, there will be a blend of working remotely, at the office and changes in work patterns. This will make it a necessity for organisations to re-think their way of working and how the office space needs to be adapted to accommodate these changes.
The pandemic has completely changed the way we function – how we interact with others, how we work. It has also placed a number of limitations on space occupancy and movement.
Re-evaluating new ways of working
We are faced with a very important question on how we readjust and to re-evaluate the workplace now that we are gearing up to go back to the office.
- Cross collaboration between departments such as IT, HR, C-Suite, Facilities Management and Corporate real estate teams will be key
- Gathering utilisation data and employee survey is fundamental to understand the needs of employees and the way work has changed
In this video, Louis Lhoest, Managing partner of Veldhoen + Company International share insights and key considerations on preparing your next step as the workplace evolves.