As COVID-19 restrictions start to ease around Australia, companies and organisations will need to prepare to reopen their businesses. But bringing your people back to work is not as simple as flicking a switch. There are considerations through this transition period.
Each business has its own unique set of challenges – from reimagining hotdesking and meeting spaces, to restarting bricks-and-mortar factories and retail locations. In spite of these challenges, businesses face the same concerns. Where do you begin? How can you protect your people? Is there a right way to move forward?
At PwC, we’ve created some guidelines and considerations to help bring your people back to the workplace.
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The work environment post-COVID-19 will not be the same as the one you left. Factors include:
Leading with clear messaging is important in the transition to new ways of working post-COVID-19.
How will you ensure the health and safety of your people? Things to consider include:
What’s your plan to meet evolving demands at work after COVID-19?
Understanding the new situations your people face as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic should be taken just as seriously as business-related considerations. These include:
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