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NoBle

Nomad & flexiBle workforce

Boomers

1946-1964

Gen X

1965-1976

Millennials

1976-1997

Gen Z

1997 on

Adapting the workplace for this melting pot of generations is going to mean  new way of collaboration: in other words, going beyond standard models of collaboration technologies and platforms to feed the various expectations from each generation, without alienating the other generations it co-exists with.

 

Getting this balance right is going to be one of the key challenges for any organisation who wishes to last a bit.

We offer you to reshape your workforce by applying our HIVE MODEL combining high density sites, satellites, micro sites, popup sites & co-sites, home working, teleworking and nomads. This model is based on the complementarity of personas and service technologies (IT box, Smart Lockers, Vending Machine, BYOD etc.)

The workplace is more diverse than ever thanks to the fact that multiple generations work alongside each other (5 generations).

This is part of a general trend towards greater diversity in the workplace, which puts the onus on employers to be inclusive in addressing the needs of workers young and old, from all ethnic backgrounds and facilitating multiple roles and functions.

The more successful organisations are those who create a digital workplace where everyone can work effectively in the same technology stack. In 2019, we’ll see more and more organisations delivering customisation for different audiences within the same suite :Microsoft 365 or G-Suite.

 

This has numerous advantages, including a single set of licence fees; reduced skillset requirements to support, develop and customise; a single point for upgrades; consistent user experience, and so on.

 

On top, an employee can either be sedentary or nomad or a home worker, or even a mix of the three requiring ultra-mobility, anytime, anyway, anywhere . A hybrid worker sort of.

 

But the success of any digital workplace goes far beyond this. It creates a workplace culture that promotes collaboration and open communication – a culture in which employees of all generations and backgrounds feel they’re treated as individuals, because the technology now exists to support this.