Meddbase in Metro Newspaper: Bringing Staff Back Into The Office

June 23, 2020 • < 1 minute read

Meddbase has spoken to Metro Newspaper giving an experts’ view on the issue of bringing staff back into the office post-covid versus continuing with remote working. Read the full article at Metro.News Progress: Bring staff back into the office or continue with remote working? The experts’ view In the short term, some firms will have […]

Meddbase has spoken to Metro Newspaper giving an experts’ view on the issue of bringing staff back into the office post-covid versus continuing with remote working. Read the full article at Metro.News

Progress: Bring staff back into the office or continue with remote working? The experts’ view

In the short term, some firms will have staff who cannot come back to an office space because they are vulnerable, shielding or caring for children, while others will be anxious about returning and would prefer to be at home.

Meddbase, a technology company that provides remote working software to doctors, is one company that says it wanted its own staff members to make up their minds about returning.

‘We’ve giving all our staff the choice of working from home until further notice, it’s entirely up to them. If their kids aren’t in school, we don’t expect our employees to come to the office, it’s that simple,’ says Christine Hart, Chief Service Delivery Officer.

 


Jaillan Yehia
Jaillan Yehia
Jaillan Yehia works on communications and branding at Meddbase. She has worked on a variety of product launches and start ups and is passionate about communication, particularly in an online and healthcare context.