A New Era of Work - what to consider toay and tomorrow

We have all rapidly adjusted our working arrangements in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, so what do leaders need to consider now as we move into the new era of work?

There are a multitude of questions that leaders need to think about as they lay out their steps to bring their team back into the workplace once Covid-19 lockdown measures ease, from the way their organisation operates, how technology can be best used, and which skills will now be needed. Throughout all of this, keeping the wellbeing of your workforce front of mind will be crucial in the coming weeks.

To help support you, our guide offers advice on considerations for now and for the future to facilitate getting your team back into the workplace and to establish your new way of working.

Read our guide to discover:

  • Practical advice and considerations to help plan how to move your workforce safely back to the workplace from an operations, people, recruitment and technology perspective
  • Insights from Hays experts and questions you should ask yourself to support your plan for future workforce requirements
  • Short and long-term steps you should consider as we move into the new era of work

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