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With many companies set to welcome office workers in June, Meraki Talent take a look at what the workplace of the future might look like. Hybrid working is a hot topic among both employers and employees. While the light at the end of the tunnel seems within reach, for those still working from home, the post COVID-19 pandemic workdays seem a long way off.
IT has always been a robust career choice. In the lead-up to the millennium, IT contracting boomed, as many worked on Y2K projects. In hindsight, the Y2K problem (for those of us who remember it) might seem like a bit of a joke – but the vulnerability of IT systems remains a constant risk. Two decades on, with the COVID-19 pandemic in the mix, fintech is growing. Web and app developers are in demand.
Businesses in all sectors have spent much of the past year scrambling to adapt to extraordinary circumstances. The employment landscape in the UK and around the globe has changed dramatically. Companies in highly-impacted industries may find themselves either laying off or continuing to furlough employees. However, there are organisations that will need to scale up when they emerge from the current crisis.
As we emerge from the pandemic, many jobs have been through dramatic changes. Temporary closures, a shift to online services and reduced travel all meant that the COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on business, with some industries faring far worse than others. In just over a year, everything about the way we work has changed.
Laura Thomas Legal and QHSE Director at Jackson Civil Engineering Laura’s career started at the criminal bar; she is now legal and safety director for national engineering business, Jackson Civil Engineering. Joanna Robert at Meraki had the pleasure of interviewing Laura: 1. What do you consider to be your greatest achievement? Undoubtedly having 4 wonderful boys whilst holding down a career (and surviving home schooling in lockdown!) 2.