Making hybrid working work: Amplifying opportunity and reducing risk for businesses
Following the pandemic, many business have adopted a hybrid working model. But as time move on, smart businesses will need to review and adapt their approach to hybrid working to ensure that it remains as successful as possible. Hybrid working brings risks and rewards, but these change over time.
To help businesses stay on track, we’ve produced a report which considers the current state of hybrid working. In it, we explore key considerations for employers as they assess their approach to hybrid working and make recommendations for steps they can take to ensure their hybrid working model is fully optimised.
Hybrid working offers huge opportunity for both employers and employees, but how can businesses capitalise on these while mitigating any potential risks? The authors of the report, Kathryn Rogers, Melanie Stancliffe and Oliver Morris, explore three areas that are key for the success of hybrid working: technology, people and space. They address the major questions:
- What is the right technology mix to deploy to both engage and enable the future workforce?
- What are the legal and regulatory changes on the horizon that will affect hybrid working and employee contractual and legal agreements?
- How can businesses stay ahead of the curve, to gain competitive advantage and win the war on talent?
- How can businesses adapt how they use their space to better enable hybrid working?
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Download our report: Making hybrid working work: Amplifying opportunity and reducing risk for businesses (pdf).
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What has been your approach to hybrid working? What are the challenges you’re facing? If you would like to speak to one of our experts about how your business is adapting to hybrid working and to help you navigate potential challenges, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.