It has been well over a year since the shift to remote work began, and now many companies are planning a move back to the office. Before the transition is made, a major point to consider is that the traditional workplace may no longer fit the needs of a post-pandemic workforce. This was the topic of conversation at a recent panel discussion where our President & CEO along with other business leaders discussed workforce changes and challenges brought on by the pandemic, and transition strategies for managing a return to the workplace.
Listen in as executive panelists Matt McGrath, our President & CEO at Systems Engineering, along with Kim Anania, President & CEO at KMA HR Consulting, and Michael Buescher, an Employment Attorney at Drummond Woodsum fielded questions surrounding how COVID has changed the way we work, and strategies for managing that change.
Making It Work Series: A Workplace Game Changer
A Portland Press Herald Panel Discussion
We also have been put together a valuable Return to the Workplace guide you can use to anticipate technical obstacles beforehand and enable a more productive and successful reentry for your employees.
This resource outlines a list of technology and productivity considerations to ensure your team's return to the workplace is secure and minimizes downtime.
We hope you glean some useful information from these resources to help in your office reentry. Upon returning to your office, if you find your IT environment cannot keep pace with the new demands of your business and its workforce, get in touch with us to discuss how we can help with your modern workplace needs.
If you are looking to partner with an experienced IT managed service provider to help you with a successful return to the office, connect with Systems Engineering at 888.624.6737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.