The modern office was designed around productivity at its core. But the Covid-19 pandemic triggered a fundamental shift away from this assumption. Almost overnight, safety took precedence over productivity. As organizations shut their offices to protect their employees, cubicles and cabins gave way to kitchen tables and bedrooms in what was the greatest experiment in working from home in human history.

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But even as offices are reopened, we are a long way from the end of the pandemic. Many workers — older employees and those with health conditions, will still continue tooperate from home for the foreseeable future. Increased worker protection driven by hybrid workforce models, which accommodate both the physical and digital worlds, has come to define the post-pandemic workplace.

Technology has Accelerated Transformation:

In a hybrid workplace, flexible work options has enabled some to continue working remotely while allowing others to either work in the office or shuttle between both. Now, the offices hasbeen redesigned with a focus on safety and hygiene. These are undoubtedly radical changes. But just as technology kept the world running amidst physical restrictions, it equips organizations with the tools to transition to a hybrid future. Here is what companies has achieved through enterprise technologies;-

  • Safety- IoT sensors can count the number of people in a building to limit occupancy. They can also identify desks that need sanitization, based on the frequency of use. AI can analyze this data to identify spaces that maximize worker safety. It can also analyze building floor plans to implement automatic social distancing and reduce touch points. Tech can even aid visitor health safety management. Contactless entry has reduced contamination by eliminating surface touch. Health declarations has been obtained and stored digitally. And contact tracing has helped contain possible infection.
  • Efficiency-With employees working on-site, remotely and both, employers havedetermined how best they can optimize their office spaces. Hot-desking — the practice of allocating desks and rooms on an as-needed basis — has become more commonplace as teams have adopted flexible work schedules.

Productivity And Collaboration-Distributed workforce has come with the responsibility of ensuring transparency. An enterprise app allows teams to record information related to their schedules in one place. This ensures better collaboration among colleagues and allows them to plan their schedules to make the best of the few days they come to the office.