As life starts to get back to some sort of normality, we can already observe many differences in the way businesses are getting their staff back to work.
As of 25th August 2020, figures show that overall commuting has returned to around 40% of pre-lockdown level, however, the return to work is far from homogeneous throughout the UK. In fact, data shows real disparities between different parts of the country.
The local disparities in return to work strategy seem to be greatly due to the nature of the economic background of the considered areas. For example, the return-to-work pattern will be very different in an industrial area compare to an area where office-based jobs are prevalent. It would also be fair to assume that their communication requirements will be very different depending on that pattern. Businesses, therefore, need solutions tailored to their individual situation.
However your business is proceeding with its return-to-work plan, 2 Circles can cater for your communication needs.
Are your staff still working remotely? We have a selection of flexible, easy-to-use home working solutions, designed to maintain their productivity.
Are your employees already back working in your business premises? We can help you to:
- Stay ahead of the competition with our fast and reliable internet connection packages and beat the queue before the upcoming switch off of the traditional phone network
- Drive new business with our Web Listings solutions that will help improve your business online and offline visibility and credibility
- Keep your staff and customers safe with our Track and Trace solution (hospitality)
None of us knows what the future holds but we can help you form robust recovery and business continuity plans to protect your business from the unexpected.
Contact us on 03456 200 200 or email@example.com to find out more.
In Moray, 60% of the working population have returned to their normal pre-COVID-19 commute patterns – the highest percentage we see across the UK while in the City of London just 14% of employees have returned to their usual pattern of work.