Hybrid Workplace Access
The best Hybrid Workplaces run RightCrowd
RightCrowd offers your security and facilities teams solutions to ensure every worker has safe, secure and compliant access every time they are in the workplace.
The future of workplace access is, Hybrid
The flexible model of working implies that some workers will be able to choose when they come into the office. Flexible work arrangements allow employees to access the office as required for meetings, training, or projects.
The model requires that a worker is enabled with appropriate physical access to do their job, for the period they will be in the office. It follows that when those workers are not in the office, their physical access should be revoked for safety, security and compliance reasons.
Did you know, 83% of employees would prefer to work in a hybrid workplace?
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Get in control of workforce access
RightCrowd Workforce Access allows your organization to establish an efficient and secure way to update your employees and contractors physical access without creating an unmanageable administrative burden, or compromising security and compliance.
Manage visitors everywhere
RightCrowd Visitor Management creates personalized visitor management for every type of guest site with inductions, NDAs, contactless kiosks, security wearables and seamless integration with Physical Access Control.
Make access permissions visible
RightCrowd Presence Control leverages existing building access cards and adds a RightCrowd Digital Badgeholder, enabling both human and automated validation of security permissions, access compliance and contact tracing for everyone present.
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