Covid-19 has strong-armed organisations into changing the way they operate, in order to retain productivity while also maintaining social distancing, the future of work for many will be ‘hybrid’.
What is Hybrid Working?
Hybrid working is an approach to staffing involving a combination of remote, semi-remote and entirely office-based employees, potentially working to different scheduled hours. It means that at no one time will the entire team be in the workplace at once, they may work rotationally or be based entirely at home or on-site – whatever works best for the individual and the organisation.
What does it mean?
Hybrid working will change the face of the workplace, if you’re planning on successfully implementing it, you need to understand the challenges and opportunities it presents. Our How to lead a hybrid team staff training course is the easiest way for your managers to learn best practice, so remember to sign up today for free.
Here are five ways that hybrid working could change things at your workplace:
Our How to lead a hybrid team training course, part of our Transition to Work Toolkit, has been created specifically to support managers and leaders understand the advantages and potential challenges of managing a hybrid workforce – and help them succeed in building an efficient, inclusive and productive hybrid team. Sign your managers up today.
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