Reboot: Getting back to the workplace



 

As the Malaysian economy reopens, business leaders are reflecting on how they can play a role to restart Malaysia and what they can do to restore businesses.  Parameters are being set around reopening businesses, however, bringing your people back onsite successfully won’t be as simple as flipping a switch. Addressing the concerns of your people and rebuilding their trust will be essential in easing them back to the workplace in these unique times. 

How your business will look and function in this new environment depends on multiple factors. You won’t be able to control all of those factors, but you can embrace some of them now to accelerate your workforce strategy for both the short and long term. By using data and insights to drive decisions, you can manage new operations, technologies and ways of working, while meeting the needs of your people and your business as you move forward.

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Martijn Schouten

Martijn Schouten

South East Asia People & Organisation Leader, PwC Singapore

Tel: +65 9667 4961

Indra Dhanu Dipak

Indra Dhanu Dipak

Director, People & Organisation, PwC Malaysia

Tel: +60 (3) 2173 1104

Kwan-Sek Lim

Kwan-Sek Lim

Director, People and Organisation, PwC Malaysia

Tel: +60 (3) 2173 1053

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