The sudden onset of the global pandemic forced businesses globally to rethink how they operate, maintain productivity and engage employees. Flexible work policies became an operational necessity as the spread of Covid-19 drove employees to embark on a global workforce experiment.
For many companies, the experiment has opened the doors to a new way of working that has presented benefits leaders can’t ignore. And employees have revelled in the benefits too; 98% of employees would choose to work remotely, at least part-time, for the rest of their careers.
While a hybrid workforce can offer the best of both worlds, managing hybrid teams requires leaders to utilize best practices of remote and in-person management to maintain business as usual. How do you do that? The infographic below provides a checklist of how to manage a hybrid workforce and the benefits it provides.