What will the pandemic leave us in the way we work?

This revolution that we are experiencing will leave us some points that it will be important to understand in order to address them from now on.

Greater job flexibility and a clear commitment to teleworking.

Currently, there is a growing interest in remote work, which allows more and more professionals to apply for this modality, which many companies already incorporate, especially new companies. So much so that, for example, a study from the University of Lancaster estimates that by 2021, 70% of organizations in the UK will adopt telework, attracted by “higher productivity, better employee well-being, attraction and retention of talent, and reducing rental costs. “

Commitment to long-term learning and qualification

If the digital transformation that many companies are undertaking has caused anything, it is the need to reinforce talent skills, especially because “40% of German and American companies, 64% of organizations in India, 63% of Brazilian companies have difficulty filling vacancies. . “In this regard, Georgetown University research predicts that by 2020, 65% of jobs created in the US will require some sort of qualification.

Technological investment to empower people.

“By digitizing the workplace, we can improve the overall employee experience,” says Belén Moscoso del Prado, Director of Digital and Innovation at the Sodexo Group. “This is due to the ability of IoT technologies to act so that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts: each sensor helps us put together a holistic view, so that we can understand the benefits that are seen when we modify a point of contact in a workplace ”, he adds.

Path to Human Capital Management (HCM) 3.0

HCM 3.0, its latest update, aims to “maximize the value of a company’s employees by developing strategies for them in five key areas: recognition, learning, health and wellness programs, community engagement, and surveys / analysis of the personal.”