Today, the real question for enterprises is not IF to implement hybrid work. It’s HOW to make it work.
The pandemic has confirmed that the future of work is hybrid. But it has as well proved that jumping suddenly into this work mode without previous preparations is extremely difficult and cost-consuming. Over-simplifying the transition could also be harmful, creating even more dissatisfaction among employees.
To take the most of this model and get real results, the adoption of hybrid work should be intentional. It requires some serious planning and strategic thinking to avoid creating an even more inefficient and inequitable work model that can destroy your company culture and push employees to quit.
The problem with hybrid is that there is no “one size fits all” arrangement. Every company that can implement hybrid working among all or part of their employees will have to choose a different workplace policy, WFH pace, and management depending on their business nature, job types, location, and corporate culture.
Download the Guide to find out more about the differences between various hybrid work models and how to define the best one for your company.