There’s no denying that the coronavirus pandemic has had a considerable impact on our professional and personal lives over the past two and a half years. And the transformation isn’t going to end any time soon: when it comes to where we work and how we arrange our working hours, permanent changes are still to come. Our increased use of digital tools has paved the way for mobile working — but now, due to the impending energy crisis, we are faced with numerous questions that demand a quick response. To this end, we have put together a survey that will shed light on this issue and provide us with answers.
The key question: how will we work together during the impending energy crisis?
In addition to developing a sense of belonging among employees, managers and other stakeholders, we will also focus on what attracts employees toward working in the office. What are employees’ preferred conditions for working from home? When and why do people make the active decision to work in the office? As coronavirus cases are potentially set to rise and the energy crisis is worsening, these questions are likely to become more urgent.
The insights we gain from this survey will not only be crucial for shaping our future daily business operations, but will also help us plan courses of action for possible crises this winter.
All responses will be anonymous and confidential. Employees will be able to participate until December 31, 2022.