We are all now thinking about the logistics of moving back into the office. A key part of this is making sure you have the necessary hardware and software to enable your workforce to return safety and work efficiently.
Now, while your offices are likely quiet, is the time to consider installing flexible working technologies.
Here are some starting points help you and your teams with the transition:
🔹 No Close Contact Rules
No handshaking or physical contact.
Find alternatives for enclosed meeting spaces.
🔹 Encourage “no item sharing”
Limit shared objects for example: pens, staplers general stationary.
PCs (If this is not possible fully sanitise before and after use).
Provide disposable or personal cups.
🔹 Recognise Your Floor Plan
Change workspace to incorporate social distancing.
Arrange for shielding or spacers between desks.
Use distance floor marking to highlight social distance areas and traffic flows.
Provide face masks for staff
Provide sanitising stations on entry to the building and all other entry and exit areas
🔹 Communal Equipment (printers, fax machines etc.)
Ensure there are clear directions on pre and post use
Provide sanitising wipes and pedal bins for disposal
Be prepared to change office working hours and time your staff need to be physically present.
Ensure that staff can work flexibly and remotely where possible. Provide remote working tools. Give us a call if you need advice on the best flexible working solutions.
TOP TIP: Now, while your offices are likely quiet, is the time to consider installing flexible working technologies.