People Flows: The Driving Force Towards the Future of the Workplace
The current crisis has forced businesses across the globe to find the safest way to reopen their offices so that health and safety at work remain top priority. Technology plays a pivotal role in enabling employees to safely return to their business sites; however, it's not as easy as flipping a switch. Juggling the flows in which employees come to the office and when included notions of access to the facilities and sufficient social distancing to move around in a safe manner. If you add to that the complexity of tracking space capacity (with visitors, contractors, and other occupants), temperature scanning, desk-booking and other mandatory processes, that’s when you’ve got an acute need to track ‘people flows’ in your buildings in real-time. This session will reveal top tips for propelling your building into the future without compromising on business performance and workplace experience. Join us to discover how you can pivot from business as usual, to business on your terms, by reshaping the work paradigm.
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