Work is changing

The pandemic and its aftermath have significantly changed how we work and how we expect to work in the future.

 

Remote work has proven to be far more effective than many had anticipated. The flexibility this has given to employees all over the world had changed how we think about what are normal working conditions. This is not without its challenges for employers, however.

 

The loss of social capital, a diminishing sense of cohesion between colleagues and issues related to what has been dubbed “Zoom Fatigue” are just some of the areas which require attention. Beyond that, business travel as a whole has been put into question – initially, because it simply wasn’t possible  - and now, because when more and more companies are signing up to climate pledges, cutting emissions has become paramount.

 

Many of the ensuing problems associated with the New Ways of Working can be addressed by moving your meetings into Virtual Spaces using Virtual Reality technology.

 

We have highlighted some of these issues in the following articles:

Why corporate culture is suffering from the pandemic and what we can do about it

Really, business travel doesn’t make sense any more

Working outside the box: The best way to master the new hybrid workspace is to carry out meetings in virtual reality


Are your co-workers doing the ironing while they are in video calls? Here's how to regain focus in remote meetings

Why we are spending all our Social Capital and what we can do about it