17 things Facebook learned during lockdown

Lockdown made one thing very clear: People can adapt to uncertainty.

17 things Facebook learned during lockdown

What is the process involved in shifting a 40,000-person organisation to remote work almost overnight? And how exactly do you lure them back to the office again after that? In a free whitepaper published by HRD in partnership with Workplace by Meta, join Brynn Harrington, VP of people growth and Jonny Oser, global director of internal communications as they discuss what they have learned during the pandemic.

Download the full FREE whitepaper here: 17 things Facebook learned in lockdown

Lockdown made one thing very clear: People can adapt to uncertainty. For employers, ensuring employees have the right support, guidance, and tools.

Learn how to make bold decisions for employee wellbeing, evaluate the effects of lockdown on your workforce, how to make your remote work communications engaging and how to build culture within your remote teams.

17 things Facebook learned during lockdown

  1. Decide early and communicate loudly
  2. Think about the impact on the wider community
  3. Lockdown has affected people differently
  4. Working from home is not remote work
  5. Good remote work means giving people the tools and support they need
  6. Remote work requires a rethink, not a tweak
  7. People are hungry for information
  8. Make company communications more engaging
  9. Lockdown is temporary, changes in behaviour may be permanent
  10. Make remote work part of your talent strategy
  11. Put criteria in place for remote work
  12. The culture comes first
  13. Only people can create culture
  14. Be prepared for hard conversations
  15. Make sure people are requesting remote work for the right reasons
  16. Leverage managers to support internal communications
  17. Find ways to take the pressure off

Download the full FREE whitepaper here: 17 things Facebook learned in lockdown

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