During crisis situations, companies must provide employees with the option to work from home or another location to maintain its ability to function. By using Microsoft Teams as part of the digital workplace, they are ready to manage current and future challenges.
At this time, companies are required to quickly and broadly implement modern collaboration solutions such as Microsoft Teams. But this conversion should not just be viewed as an emergency measure. Rather, it offers an opportunity for the introduction and permanent use of modern tools and digital work processes. They supplement or replace traditional processes, with the resulting increase in flexibility and agility in the company and at the workplace. In addition, they also offers a wider range of options, so employees are able to select the best solution for each situation.
As a result, work-life balance improves as individual work situations can be adapted flexibly and independently, and the workplace becomes more attractive to existing and potential new employees. After all, particularly the younger generation expects modern and flexible workstations that can be used based on their current requirements. Other strategic bonus points for the digital workplace include the ability to provide employees with work space during construction periods, higher cost efficiency by reducing the number of permanent workstations in the office, and time savings from long commutes to the workplace.