Hybrid Working – What is it?

Hybrid Working – What is it?

Introduction

Hybrid working is the option to be able to work when employers feel most productive to work. In most workplaces, they expect you to be working Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm, however some people aren’t very productive during this time. Some might be better working in the morning, whereas others may be better in the evening. It may also be an option to work remotely, either from home or from another site entirely. Allowing flexible work will most likely make the employee happy and therefore make the employer happy with someone who is working their best.

 

Value of Hybrid Work

Many people looking for work will actively search for employers who will offer flexible working hours and allow them to work the hours that most suit them. According to a survey, 47% of employees would look for another job if their boss does not offer a hybrid work schedule. By allowing employees to work the hours that suit them best, it may give them more time to be able to do other activities during their day during the time that they would be working in a normal work model.

 

Adopting a Hybrid Work Model

To adopt a hybrid work model, you need to have access to the right kinds of people, technology and processes. One way to take measures in adopting such a model might be to survey your employees to find out what they need. In order to build the hybrid work model, you should be aware of what your employees want in the role that you are offering them. Ask questions like “Have you moved away from your assigned work location in the past year?” or even “How many days a week do you plan on working on site?”. Analysing these answers will allow you to understand the demand in your organisation and you can take steps to accommodate these demands.

 

Conclusion

The Hybrid work model used to be seen as a type of alternative style of work. But since more employers are looking for people who can work flexible hours, it is becoming a lot more common in the workplace. Organisations must meet the needs of their employees in order to stay in business and keep their employees in the job role or risk losing the talent of employers that do.

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