Simon Ratcliffe, Ensono | Mike Kiersey, Dell Boomi | Yvonne Stewart, Dell I Sophie Bryan, Ordinarily Different Ltd.
"Work Reimagined" For A Hybrid Workforce Episode 2
The new world is hybrid, and the working environment will never return to how it once was. With this in mind, how can you lead a return to work in a way that reflects the new normal?
When planning a return to the office, there are a number of key considerations. Leaders must consider how to drive strategy in a way that protects and supports the mental wellbeing of their employees, as well as their physical health. It is important that moving forward, we take the lessons from the pandemic and the hybrid model of work, and apply them to the workplace. Allowing employees to work remotely, supporting their home life, and continuing to push a collaborative effort is key to keeping employees productive and healthy.
As well as prioritising employee mental health, it is important that organisations have the iT infrastructure in place to monitor and log the data needed for HR and facilities to maintain the proper health and safety restrictions. HR titles will now be intrinsically linked in order to collaborate and ensure the most stringent safety standards. However, your infrastructure must support this. With Boomi solutions, those in HR will be able to track data securely and efficiently, with the ability to interpret data and set up a safe and supportive workplace, keep offices and remote employees connected, and ensure that the digital workspace is safe from disruption.
In this session we will explore:
- How to champion the mental wellbeing and wellness of your employees while planning a return to the office
- How to optimise your existing IT infrastructure to support HR as they log and monitor data, keeping those in the workplace safe
- How can we ensure that a return to the workplace helps drive social impact, like reducing our carbon footprint and emissions