Kancele po koronaviru: achovnicov uspodan stoly i huddle rooms

The quarantine is over, so a number of companies are moving their people back from home office to office. However, this will change in many cases. Due to the current risk of coronavirus disease, it is important to consider this precaution.

women, gradually and in compliance with increased safety and hygiene rules, so the exact course of the gradual return of employees to work. In addition, companies often have to set rules, such as how to behave in certain spaces or situations.

These are given measures that can reduce the risk of contracting disease-19. The basis is generally in the spacing and changing the concentration of people, in virtually all areas of the company.

Return to the stages

The premises of the company do not increase, nor do they have to make certain rights and often dream of the number of people who move in the offices. Even for the reason that in the event of an outbreak, the employees remained healthy and the operation of the company was not endangered.

For example, the Uniqa pojiovny crisis team has prepared a detailed full return and the rules will work for a transitional period. A branch office with Uniqua opened it now and is centered in the headquarters, where about 320 employees work. Their gradual return has been fulfilled by the insurance company since May 20.

At the moment, it is positive that we have offices, not open space. However, we will still return employees in two shifts, starting after a week, describes Eva Svobodov from Uniqa pojiovny. Pedigree with this medium until the end of June. In addition, there is such a strict regime in dining rooms and areas, such as a chicken coop or kitchen and meeting rooms. The aim is to hit the employees as much as possible on their floors and prevent their mechn.

SSI Group, which ensures the security and management of buildings for company boards, proceeds similarly. Here, the company’s headquarters is actually divided into teams that must not meet together. Darkness A and B meet in the offices after one week, and at the weekend there is a complete disinfection of all common areas, including individual offices. Tm C never occurs at the headquarters, describes Ondej Mareek, sales director of SSI Group.

Do the same in other companies. For example, Moneta Money Bank also has a branch office with an open and home office in Prague and Ostrava, and employees from the home office have been gradually returning it since the end of April. The company Energie S will stop the operation from Monday, but it will keep the occupied office to a maximum of 50 percent. Passerinvest Group is 50 percent full of office. And the BNP Paribas Cardif Pojiovna will gradually return to the regime of near pedigree days from Monday.

katule, katule hbejte se

Mn people at work will be able to free up space. In practice, this often means a disposition of change, but it is up to you to fulfill it. It is important to distinguish between acute and short-term measures and long-term measures, explains Filip Muka, a specialist at the CBRE workplace. The first group includes the number of jobs that must not be used within the distance, reduction of meeting capacity, kitchens and other common areas.

The type of group has changes and flexible access (in the form of distribution of furniture with three distances, when the future also fills the table into gaps), better implementation of touch screens and general tools for effective digital cooperation and video communication, use of antibacterial (anti-virus) surfaces, UV disinfection of premises in buildings, set ventilation in a number of other measures.

Sezen opposite the reindeer is a thing of the past

They approached a similar path and gave the addressed company. The Uniqa insurance company and the technology company Schneider Electric CZ, for example, have a meeting room so that employees do not sit opposite each other.

All divisions of jobs were introduced in the development company Getberg. Otherwise, however, this company did not do the right in law. This is due to the fact that they had high demands on the premises and managers of the building from the time of their arrest, when they selected them. They managed the whole situation for a very long time, adds Egor Khlebnikov, CEO of Getberg.

Chamber rooms for ad hoc communication

The reduction in the capacity of meeting rooms and other common spaces is relatively significant. The trend that started it before the coronavirus pandemics, and its popularity is now strengthening after returning from the quarantine, are the so-called huddle rooms.

It was a small and flexible meeting room for 3 and 6 people, which are equipped with technologies for communication and cooperation. Here, employees can discuss their work quickly and efficiently with colleagues, either in the city or, after being connected by technologies that enable remote cooperation. In the same way, here in private and with the support of the technological background, they can carry out their own implementation.

The trend is, in addition to one central meeting room, to equip communication and presentation technology with some of the so-called leisure signs, from where it is possible to read business needs in a comfortable and informal atmosphere, adds Michal ern from Audiopro.

Entrance to the building is allowed only without temperature

A novelty that we have not been used to in administrative buildings so far are the security measures at the entrance to the building. In the event of an emergency, we equipped our branches and receptions with plexiglass, for Klra Escobar, the editor of human resources at Moneta Money Bank. And with the gradual return back to the office, we introduced body temperature controls with the help of thermal imagers at our receptions. In addition, there are drapes and thus disinfection.

The entrance lobby was equipped with a monitoring device, a thermal camera, the temperature of the pedestrians to the buildings and the correctness of our pedigree rides decided to install priority entrances to retail units with automatic and non-contact open doors, said Vladimír Klouda, CEO of Passerinvest Group.

And companies went in the same direction. In the case of administrative buildings, we recorded requests for additional losses from our customers, mainly due to the high temperatures of pedestrians, confirms Mareek.

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