Collecting input from employees
Among other changes, the project is looking into changing corporate facilities going forward to focus on more team-spaces and work hubs for physical meetings, brainstorms etc. and less on solo work stations as more employees would work remotely some of the time.
“We are aware that an increasingly virtual workplace comes with challenges and matters that need to be identified and addressed, just as we need to ensure that our colleagues have the proper tools, skills and equipment to work from multiple locations,” says Frans.
That’s why the project is also continuously collecting perspectives and ideas from employees – both via online surveys and dialogues between leaders and employees.