Hybrid work is an increasingly popular method of organizing a workplace that provides flexibility for employees to work either remotely or in the office. It sounds simple enough, but hybrid work comes with many considerations around technological capabilities, scheduling and organization, management and career development, training and of course, real estate.
Deciding if and how to implement hybrid is relatively uncharted territory for most companies. But workplace experts like our friends at elements started thinking about hybrid workplaces months ago, seeing the difficult decisions business leaders would soon face regarding productivity, retention and recruitment. After months of meticulous study, they, along with DORIS Research, put together a guide called Hello Hybrid meant to help guide the decision-making process.