Covid-19: rethinking space, tech and workplace culture
15 July 2020
How will workplace culture evolve as a result of the Covid-19 crisis?
Last week Lewis Silkin’s Future of Work Hub, in collaboration with the RSA held a panel discussion Covid-19: rethinking space, tech and workplace culture as part of our Economies of Trust series. We were delighted to be joined by Richard Miskella, Joint Managing Partner, Lewis Silkin; Jake Jooshandeh, Researcher, RSA; Neta Meidav, Co-Founder and CEO, Vault; Neil Usher, Chief Partnership Officer, GoSpace AI; and Gail Irvine, Senior Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK.
The aim of this series is to bring people together to discuss the implications of Covid-19 on the future of work. In this discussion we considered how workplace culture might evolve as a result of the Covid-19 crisis. As businesses reassess the way work gets done (and where), we discussed how the purpose of the physical office might change. We also considered the impact an increasingly remote workforce might have on organisational culture, and the role technology and “good work” play in both meeting shifting workforce attitudes and shaping workplace culture to build inclusive, diverse and empowered workforces for the future.
Below we have drawn together some of the key trends and perspectives shared in the discussion.
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Recognising the impact of the changing world of work on businesses, HR and employment regulation, Lewis Silkin LLP launched the Future of Work Hub initiative to inform and connect people engaged in forward thinking about the future of work. To find out more about the Future of Work Hub Economies of Trust Business transformation in the post-pandemic world - online discussion series take a look at our community blog and resource website or at the RSA website.