Thorn SDS

An independent business with a 20 years heritage of providing exceptional service solutions. Our core values of adaptability, excellence, risk share and innovation are prevalent in all activities we undertake and set us apart from our competition.

Six things every employer should consider before bringing people back to the office

1. Assumption that is the most effective solution  It’s easy to assume that bringing everyone back to the office full time is the best thing to do for your business. An important thing to consider is where is that assumption coming from? Do you have it in your head that you want things to go back to how they were before? If you do, are you sure that it is the most productive way forward? One thing you need to ask is how have people been working since the COVID-19 pandemic started? A study by the CIPD found that employers on average found productivity increased by 33% in January 2021, 38% said it didn’t make a difference to productivity and only 23% said productivity had decreased. How has your overall productivity been? Hybrid working could be a solution for you, what benefits are there to having everyone in the office vs a hybrid working model? 2. The work-life balance of your employees Are you thinking about employee experience? Since working from home, many people have praised having more of a work-life balance. Less time commuting, more time at home and flexible working for some, has allowed people to fit everyday



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