Discover the Flexibility-Digital Workplace Wellness Connection
Daniel Rogers, Vice President Global Channels for AVI-SPL explores how to create a balanced workplace wellness program that includes reducing stress in his latest employee wellness article. Read about how light, color, and noise affect the employee experience in the office.
Rogers then makes the connection between flexibility and the digital workplace. Ideas include:
- Providing activity-based workspaces
- Desktop video meeting tools
- Working remotely via video conferencing
Common video meeting roadblocks
The article also reviews common video conferencing adoption challenges and discusses solutions such as:
- Understanding User Preferences
- Following ADA Guidelines
- Providing User Feedback Channels
Create a plan to boost video meeting adoption
When you want to offer flexibility through video meetings, you’ll want to ensure staff is using new collaboration tools. Rogers shares steps to encourage adoption and track meeting room and desktop platform utilization.
Measure digital workplace ROI
When you invest in an employee wellness plan that includes digital workplace flexibility tools, you’ll want to track usage and measure your ROI. Rogers discusses stats you’ll need to track to help measure your digital workplace ROI.
Adding digital workplace transformation to your workplace wellness program allows on-site and remote team members to collaborate easily. You’ll also provide flexibility to work in different office spaces and work remotely.
Read the article to learn more about how video meeting tools can increase team productivity and creativity.
Download the “Why Flexibility is Key to Your Workplace Wellness Plan — and Ways to Measure Success” article now.
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