Remark Group featured in Facilities Management Journal (FMJ) magazine, offering businesses advice on the wealth of technology available to improve workplace wellbeing and productivity post-lockdown.
With companies returning in their droves after lengthy periods away, it’s never been more important to focus on making workplaces a healthy environment – where both colleagues’ and business performance will not only quickly readjust to the new normal, but also thrive.
The article, written with the input of Remark Group’s Head of Business Communications Technology, Leanne Beeken, lists the top technology solutions available to ensure a stress-free transition back to work.
It takes into account the strains of COVID-19, looking at how this may impact business productivity, health and safety in the workplace, and employee’s mental health. The solutions listed are designed to efficiently tackle some of the key issues of returning to work post-lockdown.
Addressed to facilities managers, it’s a must-read guide that covers the latest technology advancements that are also affordable to implement. From creating wellbeing zones to utilising occupancy control and contactless access technology, the article covers the essential return-to-work solutions that could make all the difference to ensuring your business continues to run smoothly.
“The current Government guidance for offices is to consider the mental health and wellbeing aspects of COVID-19, alongside preventative measures, such as making sure everyone is social distancing. To sustain this, businesses can look to technology solutions to help them adapt their working practices.”
To read the full article visit the FMJ website.