Those predicting we’d all be back in the office full time by now were probably wrong. Hybrid environments are here to stay, as a new study from HealthEquity, via Forbes, shows employees prefer to work from home at least 3 days a week.
As we transition back into the office, people will struggle to adjust to the atmosphere. For many, the main struggle will be the noise that comes with being in the office versus being at home. So, this begs the question, how can you make your office less distracting to returning employees?
Well, looks like things are shifting again. For a brief moment we saw a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel, but now the virus is ramping up, and mandates are starting to roll in.
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We've never faced anything like the past year in our lifetime, and we've never had think level of shock to the workforce. As we re-enter the office, we need guidance on how to adjust to the new status quo. Follow the A to Z Guide to Returning to the Office to help your team thrive!
It’s hard to believe we have been in this new way of working for over a year now. I’ll never forget the sheer shock to my system learning to juggle work and homeschooling (which is not my forte). Although mind numbing at first, I feel like we settled into a new routine that has now become somewhat satisfying.
It is no secret that 2020 has been…. well let’s just say, a unique year. For most, we have reluctantly adjusted to our new, temporary work from home (school from home) model. And for us moms in the room we have been juggling all the things.
Back to "normal"? Nope, not so fast! I'm not sure our expectations of "normal" will ever be the same after the things we have experienced over the last few months. If you'd told me in December when I was setting my 2020 goals that a virus would change our world, I would've called you crazy! But the truth is, it has changed everything. If you look around, you will see that life as we know it has changed both in our personal and professional worlds.
As COVID-19 restrictions lift and we slowly start to return to the office, businesses around the world will have to adopt a hybrid work-style. The balance between remote and office-based working will be hard for some, especially if it wasn't the business standard pre-pandemic. To ensure business as usual, it's now more important than ever to consider your conference room technology strategy.
We’re officially months into this COVID-19 pandemic. If you are anything like me, this time has brought highs and lows with it. I’m no stranger to working from home, but suddenly I found myself working full- time from home and keeping my two kids’ here too. If you are currently doing this or know someone who is, you know it’s just not possible. I like to say it’s a lot like brushing your teeth while eating Oreos.