Covid-19 has irrevocably transformed the way we work: 80% of us now choose a hybrid paradigm, working remotely for part of the week and on-site for the remainder. The Irish government moved quickly to legislate for employees to have the Right to Request Remote Working post pandemic.
Digital Hubs can be dynamic hives for remote workers. They provide a ready-made corporate community, assist in preventing distant worker isolation and loneliness, and have positive environmental advantages, such as reduced commuting travel and reduced carbon emissions.
How might a Digital Hub Help Your Company and Your Employees?
In an effective digital workplace, employees benefit from increased flexibility in their work schedules and workspaces. Using digital solutions such as mobile intranet software, your employees may connect from anywhere, removing the requirement for a strict schedule. Individuals can achieve a better work-life balance that is more in line with their personal lives as a result of this.
A digital workplace frequently combines innovative technology and these new tools can help teammates, leaders, and supervisors communicate more easily and efficiently. For example, easier meetings, scheduling, and note-taking. Furthermore, data and documents can be exchanged seamlessly thereby allowing employees to collaborate on large-scale projects across locations.
Today’s world of shared Google Docs and community calendars makes it easier than ever to collaborate in real-time to finish projects faster. These developments make operations more efficient and allow employees to perform more work in less time.
Digital hubs provide support, innovation, and networking to facilitate ease of work. These advantages are within your grasp if you have a digital hub that adds value to your company and meets your employees’ needs. As work is increasingly becoming flexible, digital hubs are the ideal fit for employee productivity and morale.