Hybrid work environments require inter-departmental collaboration and new systems that enable employees to work how, where and when they choose
The pandemic has changed our relationship with work and in order to not be left behind it is critical that business leaders listen and act on employee needs.
Traditional 9-5 work settings are a thing of the past, as employees have demonstrated their ability to work remotely. Now, employees expect the choice to decide what environment is best suited for their tasks at hand. As a result the way people interact with the office will change.
Employee UX is pinnacle to hybrid working
Hybrid working provides employees with this flexibility. It is fundamental that business leaders not only ensure that their workplace facilitates all types of work, but that they are easily accessible. Above all else, organisations have the responsibility to provide a safe and controlled environment for employees to return too.
In this video, Sue Warman and Emma Dutton share guidance on how to start the change process and the tools available to ensure a smooth transition to hybrid working and its continuation.
- Why employee experience should be central to change processes
- What priority areas HR leaders should focus on
- Understand what tools to leverage and their purpose
- Why inter-departmental collaboration is vital to success
- How to leverage occupancy data to ensure your office remains fit for purpose and resilient in the future
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