South African businesses face a costly problem in 2022 – getting people back to the office

South African businesses face a costly problem in 2022 - getting people back to the office

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2022-01-24 11:48:00 AM

South African businesses face a costly problem in 2022 - getting people back to the office

Offices are opening again, but the challenge is now to convince more people to return to them instead of working from home.

Trim added that people tend to spend much of their days hunched over laptops wearing headphones on video calls. Other workers arrived only to discover most of their colleagues were still at home, or on alternating hybrid schedules.Changes incomingPhysical spaces are also changing, often to better support groups of employees. “Most offices will ultimately have about 60% of space devoted to collaboration, up from 40% prior to the pandemic,” Trim said.

For those who opt-in, a new system accessible via an internal app that is in development can help Accenture employees find their colleagues who may be seated on other floors.Hidden cost“Companies should be free to choose whether to require employees on-site or not – if employees really are more productive working from home, we can expect companies to allow employees to do so.

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