How can organizations help employees cope with the transition back to the office when they are ready? Will more companies permanently switch to remote work? What will the physically distanced workplace look like?
These are some of the pressing questions human capital leaders have as they develop talent and workplace strategies for the new normal of work. While no one has all of the answers, Jacques van den Broek, CEO of Randstad, shares his insights to help companies prepare for different scenarios.
In terms of how the future workplace will be like, Jacques van den Broek predicts that “there will be more flexibility in terms of where employees conduct business” and “offices must be reconfigured so that social distancing requirements can continue to be met.”
“The key to coming out of this pandemic stronger than before is to be adaptable and willing to adjust to the new normal, while keeping your people at the heart of what you do,” concludes Jacques van den Broek.
Read the full article in Staffing Industry Analysts to get answers to the other pressing questions talent leaders need to know right now. You can also watch the on-demand webinar, “Safely returning to work after COVID-19,” for practical tips on creating and implementing safety measures and workforce management strategies at your business.