Working from home advice is a thing of the past. Finally! Working remotely is no longer necessary, so we can go back to the office en masse. Or will we all work hybrids? Probably the latter. And realistically speaking: at least for the next 6 months. But are employees allowed to make their own preferences leading or do you have to make choices as an organization? What pitfalls are there? And how do we actually approach hybrid working? Hybrid working… but how?
It is clear that hybrid working is becoming the new modus operandi for the vast majority of organizations. After all, all the way back to the office, that is no longer the case. Many organizations no longer want that, for example to Singapore Phone Number meters (and therefore costs). But many employees no longer want it , because although they have experienced the disadvantages, but also the advantages of working from home . Photo of person at desk, rubbing sleep because of headache Even the organizations with employees who would all prefer to go all the way back to the office, have to think about whether that makes sense in the longer term.
Problems With a Polygraph
Because your current team may want to, but people will eventually leave, and there is a good chance that new employees will eventually want to work partly from home. This poses the question for all organizations: how are we going to organize hybrid work? An immense amount has been published about this in the past eighteen months or two years. Both scientifically substantiated and based on practical experience at fully remote and, last year, temporarily hybrid operating organizations. Of course I also participated