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Workplace transformation in the wake of COVID-19

Focusing on employee experience is essential to keep workers connected, engaged and productive as they support critical business operations.

Denis Berry

Denis Berry

Principal, CIO Advisory Lead, KPMG US

+1 312-665-2866

Chris Panneck

Chris Panneck

Managing Director, CIO Advisory, KPMG US

+1 214-840-6781

Matt Campbell

Matt Campbell

Managing Director, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 917-488-1391

John Doel

John Doel

Principal, Human Capital Advisory, KPMG US

+1 503-820-6471

In response to COVID-19, the discussion around employee experience and digital tools has rapidly intensified—moving beyond attracting and retaining talent to enabling and supporting a fully remote workforce with capabilities and technologies that are now deemed mission-critical. Organizations that succeed in the new remote workplace will plan for the entire workplace ecosystem and equip employees to support business operations.

What can you do now to keep workers connected, engaged and productive? As you think through how to navigate new ways of working, we are sharing important considerations to ensure employee experience is in the foregrounds and actions for the journey. 

Workplace transformation in the wake of COVID-19
Focusing on employee experience is essential to keep workers connected, engaged and productive as they support critical business operations.