The coming years will be full of challenges, but one of them is already making its presence felt: the labour shortage. This issue affects a number of industries, the hospitality industry being just one among them. But connected devices that are able to optimize guests’ comfort, ensure quick check-in, and lighten the load for employees may help remedy the reduction in manpower.
With the goal of helping its customers and Québec companies overcome the effects of the pandemic, Videotron mobilized its team in the spring of 2020 to initiate solutions to improve people’s health and everyday lives while contributing to rebooting the economy.
Particularly at work, physical distancing can become elastic after some time. However, if everyone wants to go back to work with their colleagues, clients, and suppliers, health and individual and collective safety are as much a priority now as they were at the start of the pandemic.
Slowly but surely, things are returning to “normal” in offices, stores, and on construction sites. This is made possible thanks to new sanitary measures aiming to limit the spread of COVID-19. Physical distancing is one of the more challenging measures for managers and employees. A new wristband developed by Videotron can help you face this challenge head on.