How to set up work from home quickly and efficiently?
The epidemic of the new coronavirus COVID-19 and the related sharp increase in the number of employees in home quarantine makes companies and organisations face brand new challenges. How to ensure the company’s continued operation in this situation? The solution is a controlled set-up of work from home.
At Deloitte, we have a long-term positive experience with the use of home office, and in these challenging times, it helps us efficiently face the situation. To support the operation of home office, we have developed a technological solution that allows flexible responses to the current situation and covers all areas of employee work. This IT tool allows flexible monitoring of the efficiency of work from home even for large teams.
Together with this tool, we offer our expertise to organisations affected by the current wave of quarantines, which can help resolve additional questions related to work from home. What are they?
Home office: first a nice benefit, now a necessity
The government measures related to the prevention of the spread of the coronavirus and a global pandemic mean that home office stops being seen as simply a benefit, but instead as a necessity to maintain full operation of the company and its work activities. What advantages does it bring?
Immediate benefits in the current situation:
Long-term benefits, even after the current situation subsides:
The coronavirus will test how ready we are for flexibility of work in practice
The coronavirus is spreading across the world and governments are introducing measures intended to minimise the risk of infection and prevent further spread of the virus. However, these measures naturally affect our daily activities, including our professional lives. Along with quarantine ordered as part of prevention, the impossibility of personal contact with clients, cancellations of seminars or other events, the topic of flexibility of work and use of technology for remote communication with teams, clients and business partners takes centre stage. So what should we do to make sure that home office works well? How can technology help us communicate with clients? And how to ensure that companies can still perform their activities, albeit in a restricted regime?
Read the article by our Office Managing Partner Diana Rádl Rogerová.
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