With the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic ,many firms are delaying the return to work. While the decision to do this for most may be born out of a specific reason (such as a revealing that the office facility isn't suitable for the new safe working guidance), others may only need a slight adjustment for their office layout to be safe. If a business is able to return to work safely but doesn't actually make the move, they may be missing out on the benefits that working from a central office brings. One of these is employee accountability.
Let's take a look at how returning to work can manage this aspect, as well as how a consultancy can make the return possible in the first place.
What are the accountability issues of working from home?
Working remotely isn't a new concept; even before the pandemic . Even despite the technology we have at our disposal making the process easier than previously thought, many managers still approach the idea of remote work with scepticism: How can I ensure my team is being productive?