The past year has been filled with Zoom calls, local walks, and LinkedIn polls asking us to share our views on working in the office, from home, or a mixture of both.
The pandemic has been utterly inescapable; it’s dominated our lives and disrupted our way of working. Our much-loved chats in the canteen have been replaced with the odd message exchange on Microsoft Teams. Many who missed the boat before IKEA closed have been left deskless, working from our sofas, some even using ironing boards as makeshift worksurfaces. And I dare not remind you of the dreaded working from home and home-schooling scenario…
But now, as we look forward to a future outside of the fully controlled parameters of pandemic-fuelled limbo, everyone’s looking to each other to ask the question; what’s the plan at your workplace?
The answer to that question, for many, is they simply do not know. With many people reporting contrasting preferences, the key challenge for many is finding a happy medium between remote working and the classic workplace.
In this paper, we’re looking back at the last 12 months and sharing insights into what the future holds for the workplace to give Directors and Business Leaders an idea of what the perfect solution might look like.
What a Positive Workplace resembles to each individual might vary, but in this paper, we’re hoping to empower you with the knowledge to confidently create a harmonious and happy workplace for everyone in your team, wherever they prefer to work in the post-pandemic world.
Managing Director, Blue Jelly