Amid the practical issues, organisations must rebuild connections between employees—and recapture a shared sense of purpose.
Among the many challenges facing organisations in the wake of Covid-19 is the question of how to effectively communicate with staff about the "when and if" of returning to the workplace.
There’s no easy, one size-fits-all answer to this. Each business needs to initiate a case-by-case assessment of its needs, balanced against the practicalities of continuing to work from home.
Issues for business leaders to consider include the nature of the organisation, client expectations, what it takes to achieve competitive advantage, and whether teams can still innovate while working separately to successfully deliver a product or service.
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