Employers need to formulate new strategies to manage employee productivity as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown regulations.
Women are unable to escape disparate treatment in the workplace, with even the current global pandemic causing greater upheaval for them compared to their male counterparts. The long-term effects of the pandemic could have a much more significant impact than is readily apparent, with severe implications for gender equality that must be urgently addressed. There is some hope, however, in that, as was evident after World War II, elements of the global labour force could be forever changed for the better by COVID-19.
To define exactly what the future of the pandemic-proof office space will look like in a post coronavirus world, Summit Defence spoke to a range of health and safety business experts in the return back to the office.
From built in glass monitors to mirrored screens for presentations, protective screen company here is a new design concept that explores what offices and schools could look like in a post-coronavirus world.