Workplace 2.0

The modern workplace has never faced this much change. The usual approach, with a status quo mindset and old technology, will not succeed.

It is time to adapt and rethink your approach to the office and the underlying technology needed to manage it.

We can all agree that the pandemic has fundamentally altered where and how people work. The need for a new approach and transformative technology to manage the office has accelerated. Workplace 2.0 is designed to help resilient organizations plan for the safe return to the office, navigate and learn during reentry, all while reimagining the office of the future.

The health and wellness of employees is priority one, and we are here to help. With the assistance of industry leaders and experts, Workplace 2.0 provides real-life practical information and guidance for the journey back to the office and beyond. There is no doubt our workplace will never be the same, so let’s reconstruct it together.

Planning the Return

The Return to Office

Office of the Future

Planning the Return

The Return to Office

Office of the Future

Planning the Return

Considering the return to the office comes with many challenges and concerns. Whether it’s rethinking how to deal with individual offices, meeting rooms and common spaces or how to address broader issues relating to deep cleaning and air quality, it’s important for companies to take all the necessary steps toward creating a safe yet effective environment, and to communicate actively with employees to make them feel comfortable and confident about their return.
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The Return to Office

The return to the office will include many critical activities, such as enhanced cleaning practices, employee health screening, social distance monitoring, and contact tracing. Technology will play a pivotal role in the collection of the information you need to assess and adjust to changing conditions. Data and analytics will be required to gain an understanding of policy compliance and safety efficacy, what near-term changes need to be made and what shape the office of the future begins to take.
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Office of the Future

With so many unknowns, organizations should embrace opportunities to disrupt familiar norms of corporate real estate to ready themselves for the office of the future. These opportunities include understanding the optimal balance between work from anywhere and work from the office, the actual space required for the “next normal”, workforce flexibility for employees at greater risk, and a repositioning of what constitutes the employee experience.
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The Executive's Guide to the Hybrid Workplace

Hybrid workplaces are becoming increasingly common, and they are here to stay. Learn more the benefits of hybrid workplaces and how to implement one.

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