Work may never be the same again. Or at least it will be some time before we return to “business as usual.”
In mid-June, a PwC survey of 330 U.S. finance leaders found that one-third of U.S. CFOs now expect it will take more than six months to get there. Two months earlier, just 2% of CFOs anticipated recovery would take that long.
Finance leaders are in a critical position to help assess the options and impacts associated with returning to work, including how the business can grow and react differently in the future.
Since there is no universal game plan for a transition like this, my colleagues at Workday have joined forces with our customers and industry experts to put together the list below. Think of it as a starting point to help your organization restart successfully.
Map out the cost of redesigning or outfitting the work environment for worker safety. According to the PwC survey, 78% of CFOs plan to reconfigure work sites to promote physical distancing, and 83% percent plan to change workplace safety measures. Your work spaces may need physical alterations or enhancements to make them compliant with social distancing guidelines and public health
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