Easy and secured teleworking

Published on 13/10/2020 in Inspire

Back to normal seems further away than ever. A digital working environment that supports employees safely working from home, makes a real difference to your company and the economy.

Easy and secured teleworking

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Homeworking in 4 steps

Smooth homeworking means being connected in a safe and efficient manner. How? By focusing on these steps: connectivity, network access, telephony and digital tools.

Support working from home

"Successful homeworking is based on good agreements," says Sandrine Stilment, HR Specialist. Working from home is in the DNA of Proximus. Discover how we can support working from home practically.

Never miss a call

Employees who work from home can also receive their work calls on their smart phone. This way, your customers, suppliers... can always reach your company with the same known numbers.

Remote meeting

Audiovisual conferencing solutions make it easy for your employees to co-operate and to share documents online.

Create a digital environment

With the right digital tools and customized business processes, you can collaborate truly digitally. Thanks to Office 365 or the Docdrop application, your company is already taking a big step.

Co-operation can anywhere

With Microsoft Teams, your employees can turn their living room into a convenient digital workspace where they can work together on documents, chat, have online meetings and phone calls...

Make your data available

The cloud allows you to make your documents and business data available from anywhere. Do you know the difference between the public, private or hybrid cloud?

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The new normal

A balanced attitude to work and homelife, a modern human resource policy and space for small-scale projects. That is the new normal according to Luc Swinnen, stress coach, and Joachim De Vos, CEO of Living Tomorrow.

Equip your homeworkers with quality tools

This makes working more pleasant, creates less distraction and makes them more productive.

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Precautionary measures during the intervention of a technician

The precautionary measures concerning the coronavirus prevent our technician from intervening in case of infection or the presence of people in isolation in the house. In this case, please change your appointment.

With regard to the intervention of our technician, we ask you:

  • To facilitate access to the rooms the technician needs to be in.
  • To always respect the minimum distance of 1.5 metres.
  • To leave the room whenever and as much as possible (only exceptionally, a maximum of one extra person beside our staff member may be present).

Our technicians received the following safety guidelines to keep in mind during the execution of the works/contact with our customers:

  • Avoid any close contact (< 1.5 metres) with persons/customers with symptoms such as coughing, fever, breathing difficulties.
  • Ask to respect this distance if you notice that a person/customer is getting too close.
  • Avoid shaking hands or kissing.
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or disinfectant gel.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, mouth and nose.

In case of non-compliance with these safety guidelines, our technician will stop the intervention immediately and you will need to make a new appointment when the safety conditions can be met again.

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