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Organizations Prepared to Adjust Workplaces in Response to COVID-19

Businesses in the United States are making a series of workplace adjustments as they prepare to operate in a post-COVID-19 environment.

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This is according to a Willis Towers Watson survey of 681 employers, which found that 74% made changes, such as installing touchless payment systems, to reflect new post-pandemic protocol. Other examples include offering services via video rather than in person, creating more space on assembly lines or in distribution centers, and changing work schedules to limit employee contact.

Moreover, employers expect the percentage of their workforce who are full-time employees working remotely after the pandemic will be 3x as many compared with last year. Almost three in 10 respondents (29%) moved work to different jobs while nearly a quarter (23%) made changes to reflect work that was being done in-house vs. by third parties. Some employers started outsourcing work or using gig talent for work that was typically done by full-time employees.

“The pandemic is clearly creating new challenges for virtually every employer as to how work will get done when employees return to the workplace,” said Ravin Jesuthasan, managing director and global leader, Work and Rewards, Willis Towers Watson. “Physically, many workplaces will look different as companies seek to create safe working environments for their employees. And we expect to see some companies accelerate their use of automation and use it in different ways, such as a substitution for repetitive or dangerous tasks.”

Indeed, among the 22% of companies that made adjustments to their use of automation, 18% of work is currently being done through automation, up from 16% last year. These same organizations expect that 23% of their work will be done by automation after the pandemic.

Employers report just over half (53%) of their workforce are full-time employees currently working remotely. While that is expected to drop to 22% after the pandemic passes, it would still be up significantly from last year’s 7%. Conversely, employers expect two-thirds of their workforce to be full-time employees working in person or onsite post-COVID-19, up from 37% currently, but still below last year’s 82%.


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