Andrew Husband discusses building a successful ‘return to the workplace’ strategy
“A successful ‘return to work’ strategy, or perhaps more accurately, a ‘return to the workplace’ strategy will have addressed the need for broad-based resilience given the uncertainty ahead.”
Andrew Husband, Head of Operational Resilience, considers the meaning of a ‘return to the workplace’ strategy in the face of COVID-19. He highlights the requirement for such a strategy to address the need for broad-based resilience as we navigate the challenges ahead.
But what else should this strategy include? In summary:
When considering a ‘return to the workplace’ strategy, the actions required will have the current COVID-19 context as their starting point. An early and continued focus on rebuilding resilience will support firms in successfully returning to the workplace.
For further information and suggested actions on how to reactivate your business operations and build sustained resilience, take a look at our resilience guide.
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