Organizing a hybrid workforce

There’s no one-size-fits-all definition of hybrid work, but at its core, it’s about combining remote and on-site work. For some organizations, that might mean having a remote and on-site team that works together. For others, it might mean allowing employees to work from home part of the time or to split their time between home and the office. The key is that hybrid work provides flexibility and choices for employees.

Hybrid work can offer many benefits for both employees and employers. For employees, it can provide greater flexibility and control over their working lives. For employers, it can help to promote a better work/life balance for employees and to attract and retain talent.

There are some challenges associated with hybrid work, but these can be overcome with careful planning and communication. Hybrid work can be a win-win for employees and employers with the right approach.

Strategic Services Agency and Koen Blanquart developed a remote work system long before COVID forced this issue front and center. We updated the services offering over the past year. Koen wrote a book about the management style needed to be successful in a hybrid work environment, “The Suitcase Office.”

We developed a series of training, workshops, and change trajectories that ensure the outcome of the hybrid change not only benefits the current workforce but also prepares the organization for future talent management.