Whether your company allows employees to work from home indefinitely, offers a hybrid option, or plans to bring back the entire team, every business needs a post-pandemic office strategy. One that ensures the health and safety of employees, visitors and patrons.
At this point, it’s easy to categorize the strategy as “post-pandemic.” It’s only a matter of time before we drop the post-pandemic language and acclimate to a new way of working. In many ways, it will be better. One new protocol that already has people wondering why they didn’t have it sooner is digital check-ins for offices, job sites, and public venues.
Specifically, expect to see more QR codes before you enter or exit a space. By now, most people know the drill from their experiences with QR-coded restaurant menus. Applying this to the office, digital check-in apps sync with QR-coded posters to enable everybody entering a workspace or public venue to verify their presence through their smartphone. It’s as simple as pointing the phone at the QR code, signing in, and these days, answering health-related questions.