5 Steps to a People-First Return to the Office
Thu, July 29, 2021 10:00 AM – 10:40 AM GMT
The opportunity to ditch commutes and enjoy home comforts have changed what people expect from the office space. Some employees can’t wait to get back to work, but even they are looking for more from their current and future employers. Greater flexibility is expected across the working landscape, and spaces and tools that allow for teamwork and innovation will be more valuable than ever.
People are far more aware of the things they need to be productive and happy. Employers and HR teams must take note of these now in order to cater for the return of their most valued asset – their people. Those who don’t will risk losing their top talent to organisations that recognise the importance of meeting their people’s needs.
Join Andrew Heath, CEO of WeThrive and Rob Day CEO of BluePrint Interiors as they discuss the fundamentals of a successful return to the office. Including:
- Setting the scene – the purpose of an office
- Why change your workplace?
- Creating agile office spaces
- Employee engagement & comms
- What type of fit-out do you need?
- Q&A* + giveaway!
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