The Hybrid Workplace
Find out how companies and employees are benefitting from the hybrid workplace.
The hybrid work model streamlines the work process by combining office-based, remote and semi-remote employees. It mitigates many of the disadvantages of pure remote work with official policies and checkpoints so no employee is left behind. It also attracts a new generation of workers who demand it.
The office is a place for collaborative work
Companies are changing the physical layout of the office to support the demand for spaces that offer everything from quiet spaces to take phone calls to conference rooms with advanced conferencing capabilities.
In the hybrid workplace companies have seen an increase in productivity, improved employee satisfaction, better collaboration and relationships between employees.
Benefits for companies include:
- Reduced cost of operation
- Better space utilisation
- Hiring the best talent from around the world
- A more productive workforce
The hybrid workspace satisfies employees’ freedom needs while providing benefits of sharing physical space with colleagues.
Employees can switch between intense, informal and personal office moments and quieter days with a focus on tasks at home. It gives them more autonomy, improved work/life balance which leads to higher job satisfaction and increased productivity.
Benefits for employees include:
- Reduced exposure to illness
- More autonomy and feeling empowered to make decisions
- Freedom to choose a desk space when in office
The hybrid workplace model may not be for every company, but during the pandemic this has enable companies to deliver and keep up the pace and employee morale.
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