Nokia has already reorganized several of its offices

22. 06. 2021 Tuesday / By: Robert Denes / Generic / Exact time: BST / Print this page

A t the end of Nokia 2020, companies with around 92,000 employees in 130 countries announced in March that they planned to cut 10,000 jobs in two years to reduce costs and invest more in research capabilities. With this step, the Finnish company seeks to take advantage of the benefits that have worked virtually all staff remotely over the past 15 months.

Nokia plans to redesign offices to devote 70% of their space to group work and meetings in some locations, taking up less space for workspaces. The offices in Dallas, Singapore and Budapest have already been refurbished and additional sites are expected to be completed by the end of the year as Nokia follows companies around the world to choose more hybrid jobs following the pandemic.

You may have already read in the official press release that the new rules apply to all employees who will have a “smart-office application” to book jobs and office services. The policy follows a survey following responses from more than a quarter of staff, where 91% of respondents said they maintained or increased their productivity while working from home and wanted to continue working in a hybrid environment.

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