Preparing to get employees back to the office

Craig Rennie, Customer Success Manager

As we look toward the coming months, hopeful to see an end to the last of the lockdowns, we wonder what working life will look like for the rest of the year, and 2022.

As it stands, we don’t have much of a choice, the majority are working from home, but we know for the majority, permanently working from home isn’t ideal.

A recent survey released from social media company Buffer gave an interesting insight into the favoured option for employers right now

“All together, over 60% of our respondents indicated their companies have a split between employees in an office and employees who work remotely. We’ve seen this become a growing trend in the remote working world.”

The trend for the rest of the year and 2022 seems to be a mixture of remote and office working. This also seems to be the most popular option with employees.

Evac One is designed for this kind of set up. It’s Office Access feature controls how many people are allowed in the office at any one time. And it’s simple:

Employees can request a desk at the click of a button

Evac One manages allocation of desks for you

Office managers & fire wardens can quickly see who has checked into the office on a real-time basis

It has contact tracing built in

To try Evac One out for your organisation you can sign up for a free trial here and our customer success team can assist you in getting started.