A new paradigm in the world of work has quickly accelerated with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, across all industries around the world. The demand for flexibility, collaboration and connectivity shows no signs of slowing down as we transition towards the next normal workplace, where remote working will continue to be prevalent. We need to prepare for a safe and efficient way of bringing employees back to work, but that comes with its own challenges. As more and more companies weigh up the risks of reopening workplaces, we are likely to see a shift towards unified team structures. These structures represent a mix between employees working remotely and employees being in the office.