The impact of hybrid work on the office
How do you ensure that the office still offers added value when your staff are working from different locations? And how do you ensure that your employees feel free to work wherever they want to, without jeopardizing their productivity, engagement, and your entire organisation’s social capital? Our white paper describes the four pillars that support a successful hybrid work strategy: where the work is done, what is required for effective collaboration and who needs to be involved. And the overarching question: how work spaces advance company objectives, employee collaboration and culture.
Hybrid Work in Practice
The best form of hybrid work is different for every organisation. That’s because there are various factors that needed to be accounted for. For instance, the freedom given to employees, the type of work that they do and the digital infrastructure. There are also cultural considerations, such as leadership culture and the emphasis placed upon collaboration. We have compiled several articles to give you an idea about the variety of hybrid work options that are available.
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