terça-feira, 28 de julho, 2020

Back of companies should privilege hybrid system

Released yesterday, a survey conducted in June with more than 700 leaders of Brazilian companies, from 11 sectors, points out that more than half (56%) already defined the return of employees to face-to-face activities for between August and December, due to an expected reduction in the numbers of Covid-19.
Made by the multinational KPMG, the study also shows that the period from September to the end of the year is what concentrates most of the recovery forecasts (35%). Another 21% return in August and 10% in 2021 alone.
The study also indicates that remote work maintained (50%) or even improved (20%) productivity in organizations. This justifies the fact that at least half of them have already decided that, when returning, they will use a hybrid system of work. "The survey shows that there was a good adaptation to the home office, which was not a reality of Brazilian workers," says Roberto Gomez, kpmg in Brazil;
Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais (Cemig) is certainly among the large companies that, at least in the administrative and support sectors, intend to resume face-to-face activities in stages, still without dates, and partially maintain teleworking.
Consulted on the home office in Minas Gerais, the state responded, by note, that "around 1,800 own employees continue to carry out their activities in this modality, spread throughout the State". He added: "A return plan is underway and provides for the resumption of face-to-face work in waves, remaining with the home office as a practice of people management."
Also in the Information Technology (IT) segment, the trend, according to the vice president of the mining association of companies in the sector (Assespro-MG), Fernando Santos, is the adoption of the hybrid model. "But for most of them, the return should not happen in 2021."
There are, however, companies in which the home office has been left behind. This is the case of Viabile Arquitetura e Engenharia, from BH, which resumed the face-to-face activities of the eight employees last month.
"We thought the home office was no longer bringing results. As we have short projects and more urgent demands, we needed more collaborative action and faster exchange of information among employees", says the architect Fernanda Basques. It ensures, however, that safety measures are strictly followed, such as mandatory use of masks and constant hygiene.
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