Demand for hybrid work is high: 71% of employees want this flexible working model moving forward. While some organizations are grappling with whether hybrid is right for them, Spotify, Uber, Cisco Systems, Lionsgate, and many others have already embraced it.
As popular as hybrid work has become, some organizations have concerns about it. Will hybrid work create an “on-site versus remote” culture? Will remote employees be at a disadvantage for having less face-time with executives? Will work still move forward if people have more flexible schedules? These challenges are only exacerbated at enterprise organizations where rolling out hybrid policies at scale can be a slow, tedious process.
For hybrid to work, organizations need to address these challenges head on. If they don’t, it could lead to issues across the enterprise—a mass employee exodus, culture problems, and people not coming into the workplace, to name a few.
That’s where your preparation and expertise will be invaluable. With your leadership, you can guide your organization through its transition to hybrid work keeping workplace experience top of mind. Yes, this is easier said than done. That’s why we created this guide that outlines four steps to building a workplace that works for everyone.
Read on to learn how to:
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