As the economy gradually reopens, companies now find themselves facing important choices about what the future of work looks like.
How will work change, what have they learned during the three-month shutdown, and perhaps one of the most difficult questions of all, can and should we really design the future based on an intense 12-week experience that is unlikely to be repeated for a generation, or even longer.
We discussed these issues recently with Sarah Kruger, Head of HR at Accenture ANZ.
As business shifted en masse to work from home arrangements and at a scale few companies had ever experienced, the line between home and work evaporated. She told Which-50, “That blurring of the lines is the trickiest thing. We have all had good and bad weeks.”