The pandemic changed the way we work, making flexible and hybrid ways of working the new normal. Based on the learnings from COVID-19 and focus group interviews with employees, we developed Deloitte's Code of Distributed Work to support our people in maintaining a flexible working life. In addition, to ensure a good physical working environment, we continue to offer all employees home office equipment - an initiative that was introduced last year but will remain, as many of our people appreciate more flexible ways of working. Unfortunately, COVID-19 restrictions have taken their toll on our people’s well-being with increasing stress levels. Therefore, we have initiated several well-being initiatives, which you can read more about under Social.
We will continue in FY23 to monitor the pandemic’s impact on our people closely and be ready to respond and support as needed.
On a more social level, we celebrated that we could finally gather all our colleagues across our offices and boosted social cohesiveness by throwing an epic ‘Green Dot Party’ in the Royal Arena in Copenhagen with concerts by leading Danish artists, a festival vibe, food and drinks - the first social gathering for the whole of Deloitte Denmark in years, but hopefully not the last.