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Return to work best practices

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India is opening up for a long, drawn out lockdown, but COVID19 is still around. It will be around till a vaccine is found, and that might take close to a year from now. What we have learned so far is life will not stop. It has to continue- businesses will have to come back online, many employees will go back to work.

Which puts the onus on organizations, irrespective of their size, to make the workplace safe for employees. They will have to do frequent testing, sanitize the workplace, and have medical facilities available.

COVID-19 put employee well-being front and center for organizations as physical, mental, and financial security has became paramount.

COVID-19 has made business leaders think about three things:

It was always known that in future there will be increase in use of automation and technology in daily activities, workplace included. COVID-19 has hastened the pace. Employees across all functions, for example-sale and marketing, finance, etc have rapidly learned how to complete tasks remotely, using digital communication and collaboration tools.

Driven by situational urgency, marketing and sales leaders are increasingly willing to embrace agile methods; they are getting used to jumping on quick videoconferences to solve problems and give remote teams more decision- making powers. It’s also important, of course, for cross-functional teams to not lose sight of the long term goals and to avoid panic reactions.


Things that organization need to take care :


Returning back will be difficult but it is possible by taking necessary measures and precautions on time.


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