Hybrid Workforce Best Practices

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Hybrid Workforce Best Practices

A hybrid workforce is a flexible approach to the way work gets done in organizations. It provides employees with the opportunity to work from different locations – both on-site and off-site – at their own discretion, allowing for greater autonomy and freedom when it comes to their personal schedules and lifestyles. During the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home became the norm for many employees. However, as restrictions eased, many employers contemplated moving back to the office full-time. Still, many employees value the change for a flexible work schedule. According to recent data published by McKinsey, 87% of employees take their employer up on the opportunity for remote or hybrid work environments. Thus, CEOs and business owners are wondering what hybrid workforce best practices can be implemented to ensure success.