Office life after Covid-19

COVID-19 has brought unprecedented human and humanitarian challenges. Many companies around the world have risen to the occasion, acting swiftly to safeguard employees and migrate to a new way of working that even the most extreme business-continuity plans hadn’t envisioned. Across industries, leaders will use the lessons from this large-scale work-from-home experiment to reimagine how work is done—and what role offices should play—in creative and bold ways. According to McKinsey research, 80 percent of people questioned report that they enjoy working from home. But the satisfaction and productivity people experience working from home can be temporary. At the same time organizations are looking ahead to the reopening and its challenges. Before a vaccine is available, the office experience probably won’t remain as it was before the pandemic. Many companies will require employees to wear masks at all times, redesign spaces to ensure physical distancing, and restrict movement in congested areas (for instance, elevator banks and pantries). As a result, even after the reopening, attitudes toward offices will probably continue to evolve.  

How to ensure resource optimization? How to improve productivity? How to ensure safety? These all need to be answered! 

In the office of the future, technology will play a central role in enabling employees to return to office buildings and to work safely. Assistplus for office is designed to let employers analyse every aspect of operation of an office including employee productivity, resource optimization, office space utilization and much more. It has got enhanced features like automated attendance, movement path, resource planning, employee optimization, employee safety, and entry/exit reports. To know more about these features in detail, do check out our website,

As an employer, if you wish to change your working environment into a smart efficient one, contact , we will assist you.

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