“Remote or Onsite? The New Blended Workforce is Both and It’s Here to Stay”
As we enter a new era of business with the blended workforce, the workplace will need a reboot. This whitepaper offers key considerations to help reboot your workplace.
It has become increasingly obvious that the aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic are going to have a long-lasting impact on how we work, when we work and where we work. A recent work-from-home survey shows that 80% of workers want to work from home at least some of the time. Which leads us to question: “Do we need to bring everyone back to the office?”
Increased productivity, potential cost savings and employee satisfaction have shown there are benefits to remote employees. But new processes and methodologies will be required to adequately support the needs of this blended workforce.
Thus, there is not a one-size-fits-all answer in determining the amount of office space you will need or its configuration. But, utilizing tools such as Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) and data analytics can assist in this transition as they help provide actionable information for an organization to make better decisions about how to adjust their environments in the future.
Download this white paper to explore the key considerations to help you best prepare your workspace to support the blended workforce, such as:
Considering the employee
What is your company’s leadership style
Technology for the virtual environment
Maintaining company culture
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