With trends such as the emphasis on work-life balance, eco-concerns & sustainability, technological shift and need for increased productivity & efficiency shaping the way we work, our landscape is evolving!
In line with these changes, OEA will feature the Next-Generation Workscape.
What is the Next-Generation Workscape?
- 60% of employees believed it was unnecessary to be in the office to be productive.
- 66% of employees surveyed expected IT to allow them to use any device—personal or company issued—to access corporate networks, applications, and information anywhere at any time.
Source: Cisco Connected World Technology Report
- More than 90% of companies are planning on spending more on technology investments next year.
Source: Jones Lang LaSalle, Workplace of the Future Survey
- Employees now give telecommuting and ﬂexible work hours a 7.7 out of 10 for contribution to job satisfaction.
Source: Workplace Redeﬁned: Shifting Generational Attitudes During Economic Change
Key concerns in relation to the Next-Generation Workscape
- Attracting and retaining the best employees, yet providing adequate benefits and managing manpower costs
- Implementing more flexible work arrangements, yet adequately monitoring the workforce
- Shifting towards enterprise mobility, yet flanked with intellectual property and security concerns