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The next 12 months will undoubtedly uncover new models and working standards that impact all organisations, regardless of industry or business size. There will also be a need for businesses leaders to walk the fi ne line of enforcing a return to the workplace in the hope of reinforcing business culture whilst allowing greater levels of fl exibility to staff and acknowledging the productivity of staff who have performed remotely in the previous 18 months. With great change on the horizon and yet more


adjustment for employees to take on, it’s paramount that the transition between home and offi ce is seamless. Should working life in the offi ce present diffi culty over the remote working we have become accustomed to, the challenge becomes greater. In our experience, we really do believe the challenges we have faced will be shared by the majority of businesses across the country, but we also understand that budget, time and space are also going to be real inhibitors in making the necessary modifi cations to an existing environment. You can trust ACS to support local businesses in tackling these challenges before they present problems.


Visit get.acs365.co.uk/talk-with-connor to book a meeting or simply download your ‘Virtual Meeting Ready’ Checklist -


Contact ACS on 01604 704000 or email info@acs365.co.uk or visit www.acs365.co.uk


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