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New Workplace Readiness Score

0

150

Your score

0

You’re just starting your journey to plan for a safe return to work. Begin by gauging your employees’ readiness to return.

You’ve taken the first step to understanding the requirements for transitioning to a new workplace reality. At Comfy we’re dedicated to helping our clients plan and implement the technologies that enable a smooth and organized return to re-configured offices.

You are also now registered to receive benchmark readiness data analysis in the future. To learn more, visit the New Workplace Reality Resource Center for additional guidance, discussions from industry leaders and practical advice to assist you, as you plan your new workplace reality.

Employee Sentiment

Score

0/14

Best Practices

Actively solicit employee input at each stage of the re-entry process via surveys, virtual roundtables and anonymous input techniques.

Identify employees with special medical circumstances and implement custom outreach programs to obtain input.

Map and track geo-regulatory differences in employee sentiments and manage accordingly.

Regularly gauge employee mental health needs and provide appropriate resources.

Employee Communications

Score

0/18

Best Practices

Establish early, consistent and transparent communications that outlines workplace policies and regulations.

Leverage a variety of communication channels to ensure individual employee preferences are accommodated.

Use technology to customize and send messages based on geo locations or other customer segmentations that require special treatment.

Test communications effectiveness on a regular cadence, with spot audits and feedback loops.

Workplace Models

Score

0/18

Best Practices

Survey managers and employees for office/home hybrid work preferences.

Determine desired average days in the office vs home, understanding that, in practice, these preferences might shift and change.

Given capacity constraints (for physical distancing, for example), develop a strategy for accommodating such requirements. Model scenarios, including shifts, staggered space availability and group designations.

Based on projected space use, engage facilities designers to remove dedicated work desks in favor of reservable desks, collaboration zones and conference rooms.

Prior to complete portfolio redesign, test and learn at pilot sites to discover space designs that work.

Assembling the Change Management Team

Score

0/28

Best Practices

With C-level support, gather the team with representation from critical functions: facilities management, human resources, operations and information technology.

Identify critical path change functions, assign responsibilities and apply mechanisms to track progress.

Evaluate organizational and business continuity risk and put in place safeguards and fallback procedures to mitigate.

Partner with all teams to over-communicate to employees as each stage of the plan is implemented.

Return to the Office Logistics

Score

0/35

Best Practices

Select technologies that allow you to administer your workplace to control capacity, limit available workspaces for reservation and direct employees to the buildings/floors/zone/desks open for business.

Put in place SOPs to monitor local regulations with mobile communications that quickly notify employees of changes.

Enable employees with mobile capabilities to quickly book a space exactly to their liking in advance, and cancel with ease.

Digitalize your space so employees may find colleagues and navigate the campus with ease.

During the pandemic, administer wellness checks and gather data for rapid contact tracing to protect employee health.

Portfolio Management

Score

0/37

Best Practices

Working in lockstep with Human Resources, understand new employee preferences for hybrid office/home work.

Develop scenarios based on new projections against current lease obligations to generate “what’s next” planning.

Install technologies that collect building desk and occupancy, time-series utilization data.

Examine workplace usage data over time as trends appear for employee space preferences, peak utilization of certain spaces are revealed and opportunities to shed unused space becomes apparent.

Evaluate cross-campus usage and usage trends to understand configuration preferences that feed design decisions.

Your Assessment
is Ready

New Workplace Readiness Score

YOUR
SCORE

0

/150

You’re just starting your journey to plan for a safe return to work. Begin by gauging your employees’ readiness to return.

You’ve taken the first step to understanding the requirements for transitioning to a new workplace reality. At Comfy we’re dedicated to helping our clients plan and implement the technologies that enable a smooth and organized return to re-configured offices.

You are also now registered to receive benchmark readiness data analysis in the future. To learn more, visit the New Workplace Reality Resource Center for additional guidance, discussions from industry leaders and practical advice to assist you, as you plan your new workplace reality.

Employee Sentiment

SCORE

0

Best Practices

Actively solicit employee input at each stage of the re-entry process via surveys, virtual roundtables and anonymous input techniques.

Identify employees with special medical circumstances and implement custom outreach programs to obtain input.

Map and track geo-regulatory differences in employee sentiments and manage accordingly.

Regularly gauge employee mental health needs and provide appropriate resources.

Employee Communications

SCORE

0

Best Practices

Establish early, consistent and transparent communications that outlines workplace policies and regulations.

Leverage a variety of communication channels to ensure individual employee preferences are accommodated.

Use technology to customize and send messages based on geo locations or other customer segmentations that require special treatment.

Test communications effectiveness on a regular cadence, with spot audits and feedback loops.

Workplace Models

SCORE

0

Best Practices

Survey managers and employees for office/home hybrid work preferences.

Determine desired average days in the office vs home, understanding that, in practice, these preferences might shift and change.

Given capacity constraints (for physical distancing, for example), develop a strategy for accommodating such requirements. Model scenarios, including shifts, staggered space availability and group designations.

Based on projected space use, engage facilities designers to remove dedicated work desks in favor of reservable desks, collaboration zones and conference rooms.

Prior to complete portfolio redesign, test and learn at pilot sites to discover space designs that work.

Assembling the Change Management Team

SCORE

0

Best Practices

With C-level support, gather the team with representation from critical functions: facilities management, human resources, operations and information technology.

Identify critical path change functions, assign responsibilities and apply mechanisms to track progress.

Evaluate organizational and business continuity risk and put in place safeguards and fallback procedures to mitigate.

Partner with all teams to over-communicate to employees as each stage of the plan is implemented.

Return to the Office Logistics

SCORE

0

Best Practices

Select technologies that allow you to administer your workplace to control capacity, limit available workspaces for reservation and direct employees to the buildings/floors/zone/desks open for business.

Put in place SOPs to monitor local regulations with mobile communications that quickly notify employees of changes.

Enable employees with mobile capabilities to quickly book a space exactly to their liking in advance, and cancel with ease.

Digitalize your space so employees may find colleagues and navigate the campus with ease.

During the pandemic, administer wellness checks and gather data for rapid contact tracing to protect employee health.

Portfolio Management

SCORE

0

Best Practices

Working in lockstep with Human Resources, understand new employee preferences for hybrid office/home work.

Develop scenarios based on new projections against current lease obligations to generate “what’s next” planning.

Install technologies that collect building desk and occupancy, time-series utilization data.

Examine workplace usage data over time as trends appear for employee space preferences, peak utilization of certain spaces are revealed and opportunities to shed unused space becomes apparent.

Evaluate cross-campus usage and usage trends to understand configuration preferences that feed design decisions.

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