Hybrid work has become more popular in recent years. Companies want to improve flexibility and cooperation among their employees. In a hybrid working environment, the focus is on employees and their specific tasks and needs.
More than ‘at the office and at home’
Working some of the time at the office and some of the time at home. That’s the definition of hybrid work we often hear. But it’s actually a bit more than that! This way of working stimulates employees’ independence and mobility. For example, they can choose to work when they want, at a workplace of their choice. That might be indoors, outdoors, in the office, at home, on a customer’s premises or even on the road.
Obviously, good communication and mutual trust between the employee and employer are essential. IT also has a crucial role to play, in terms of providing the right digital tools and applications that people need to work together actively and exchange information.
Activity & needs-based working
Most jobs are more varied than they used to be. Knowledge workers generally have at least ten different tasks per day. All these tasks vary in nature and intensity, from quiet brainstorming to developing a campaign.
That’s why it’s so important to create the right working environment for every task, activity and personal need. In short, to offer a flexible workplace!
What’s the big benefit of hybrid work?
Hybrid work has become indispensable for many companies. One of the many benefits of this way of working is that every employee can organise their work as they prefer, in the most productive way. Furthermore, a hybrid workplace makes your employees happy – or even happier. And that is a really big benefit if you want to attract and retain talent.
So it’s time to take action and transform your company into a hybrid workplace where every employee feels good. Feel free to contact us for advice with no obligations!