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How Smart Tech Can Help Employee Confidence When Returning To Buildings

How Smart Tech Can Help Employee Confidence When Returning To Buildings
25 September 2020
 

It has become gradually clear over the last few months, that the buildings we are returning to, whether that’s as employees or visitors, are radically changed environments. Organisations that have shied away from smart technology may have little choice but to catch up.

 


 

Government guidance has provided some strategies and advice to facilitate the return to workplaces, but facilities managers are largely in the position of having to interpret the rules themselves. Sometimes making difficult decisions about the welfare of their staff, and people visiting a building.

FMs all over the world have been faced with finding safer ways of working and new rhythms in employee habits and working culture, working closely with HR. It is inevitable that technology will play an essential part in this, particularly smart technology. Even businesses that have fully embraced smart tech in their business operations will need to adapt to new restrictions. 

 

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Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 25 September 2020

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