How the Covid crisis is deeply shaking up the organization and perception of work

DECRYPTION – Teleworking, smaller offices, escape from cities, the rise of third places, changes in management… Nothing will be the same again.

After more than fifteen months of health crisis and repeated confinements, life seems to be gradually resuming its normal course. We saw this ten days ago with the loosening of the curfew (postponed to 9 p.m.), as well as the reopening of places of culture and restaurant terraces. We will see it more, in the coming weeks, with the lifting of the last restrictions and the relaxation of the rules on teleworking as of June 9.

This crisis, unprecedented by its systemic effect, will profoundly change the organization of work. Nothing, or almost nothing, will be the same as before, with, as a result, structural changes of which it is still difficult to measure the extent. “The crisis has accelerated the phenomena at work before the pandemic: more collaborative work, greater demand for meaning from employees, the development of coworking spaces outside companies, the reduction of individual offices to move towards more flex-office… ”, confirms Isabelle

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