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The bright side of the pandemic

  • Employee Experience
  • Workplace Strategy

A paper discussing the opportunities that the pandemic created for organisations and work experiences.

Justin Timmer is our In-house Researcher. Contact him via justintimmer@measuremen.io

The bright side of the pandemic

The bright side of the pandemic

From pandemic to our work experience

We can’t deny that the pandemic has negatively impacted a lot of people and lives. However, it’s also important to look at the opportunities that the pandemic has created. And to look at the bright side of it especially now that things are opening up again. One thing we know for sure is that the pandemic changed the world of working big time. Organisations have been forced to be flexible and resilient by changing their strategies. The flow of communication changed, the customers changed, and the resources changed. Besides, the physical offices of these organisations crumbled to many small home offices, connected digitally. 

Altogether, this affected the people and their work big time too. They didn’t have to travel to an office, they missed the atmosphere at the office, they lacked physical interactions with their colleagues, yet they did spend much more time at home (with their family).

Together, the pandemic caused employees to have a wholly different working experience. During the pandemic, people needed to attune to the new situation and had to find a way of working that suited them. Work has become blurred with personal lives as living rooms have also become offices and kitchens have also become break rooms. While this also happened the other way around, as their personal lives reached their work, children got involved with video calls, and colleagues were replaced by spouses to discuss work issues while sharing lunch.

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Justin Timmer is our In-house Researcher. Contact him via justintimmer@measuremen.io

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