Navigating Uncertainty in the Post-COVID Workplace
Nearly 7 months has passed since the W.H.O. declared the novel coronavirus an international emergency, reaching pandemic status in early March as "the most severe global health emergency we have ever seen."
Beyond the escalating health crisis, the profound effects of COVID-19 on businesses in every industry continue to be felt around the world, presenting a raft of unprecedented challenges to corporate decision-makers, not least in future-proofing their commercial real estate commitments in an era of uncertainty: "Why do we have an office? How much space do we need? What will be its ongoing purpose?"
It is estimated that, at the height of the pandemic, up to 95% of the global workforce worked from home; and it's anticipated that anywhere from 10% to 35% of employees will continue to practice some form of flexi-work. 'Corporate culture' itself is being challenged by a potentially disconnected workforce, whilst companies operating in Asia face our own unique cultural and geographical challenges. Social capital will become an indispensable asset.
This webinar will analyse the potential short- and longer-term impacts on commercial office space, workplace design and planning, and team behaviours in Asia-Pacific.
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Date: Tuesday 18th August, 2020
Time: 14.30 - 15.30
Venue: Online Meeting
Cost to Members: FOC
Cost to Non Members: $5
Access and Cancellation
You will be sent the link to attend 24 hours in advance, then again one hour before. You must pay for your ticket in advance of the webinar, or you will not be sent the access link.
If you are no longer able to attend please cancel your place 24 hours in advance via email to email@example.com. All no shows will still be charged the entry fee. Places which have not been cancelled will not be refunded.
Chief Executive Officer at British Chamber of Commerce Myanmar
Co-Founder and Managing Director of One Space Ltd