Teams are also able have a little fun through monthly engagement activities like “Work from Home Olympics,” coloring contests, a ServiceNow playlist with inspirational tunes, and a special story time with CEO Bill McDermott where Bill read a children’s book about taking chances.
We continue to listen to and evaluate how we can best support our employees in the current environment.
Navigating employees’ return to the workplace
As we look to the future, we are committed to help our employees safely return to the workplace and maintain secure, functional workspaces for our people to thrive. Our company’s return to the workplace is grounded in our values of putting people first, focusing on two key areas – 1. giving employees choice and 2. a thoughtful, safe, phased approach to helping employees return to the office that considers their health, safety, and well-being every step of the way.
To aid other companies in managing the unpredictable circumstances of COVID-19, we have published our own internal resource – Guide to Going Back – to assist organizations as they consider and develop their go-forward plans for safely returning to the workplace.
The guide shares some of the actions we are taking, and it is intended to be used as a shared resource to help our customers, partners, and communities as they focus on ways to help keep their own workplaces safe, as well as smooth the reopening process. We are hopeful that it can help other companies as they manage the process of returning employees to the workplace while keeping health and safety as the number one priority.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing this ever-evolving situation. The re-opening plan will look different for every organization and office location, just as personal and professional needs look different for every employee.
Stay safe and healthy.
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