It’s not just about using technology to make a difference but choosing and implementing the right
technology. Organizations should “use technology to enable flexible work”
, and the technology they select should allow them to reimagine work as a concept. By embracing flexibility and freedom, organizations can empower their employees to “engage in more fulfilling and innovative work”
, transforming the ecosystem of work overall and allowing employees to reach their full potential.
Flexibility is essential now. Companies have embraced hybrid work systems to prioritize their employees’ physical and psychological health
. The best hybrid systems allow employees and teams to choose when and where they work best. Taking a one-size-fits-all approach to everyone, even within the same organization, leads to chaos. Some employees may benefit from a hotdesking solution; for others, a 100% remote approach is best. For some companies, desks aren’t the problem; shared spaces and room for collaboration are. The key is being flexible enough to change as circumstances do for both the employee and the company.
The optimal technology
features an easy, wire-free setup, a seamless employee usability experience, and the capability to provide administrators with important usage information on how and when employees interact with their office space.
What matters most is working with a partner with the vision and capability to help you deliver the ideal changes that will impact employee experience, bottom-line results and leave the organization as a whole net better off.