Hybrid work is here to stay. But now comes the hard part: How do you make it work for the long term? A recent McKinsey podcast emphasizes that successful hybrid working comes down to cultivating a healthy workplace culture.
Culture in the Hybrid WorkplaceMcKinsey
For the hybrid, post-pandemic work environment, this means:
- Make the needs and well-being of employees a priority.
- Help employees see how their jobs and the company’s mission align with their personal values.
- Involve employees in decisions about work arrangements.
- Solicit regular feedback both directly or through anonymous surveys.
- Promote norms that support equal treatment for remote and in-person employees.
Remote Work RevolutionHarperBusiness
Our team at getAbstract has located and summarized some of the best advice we could find on remote and hybrid working. From the knowledge we’ve gathered, we’ve identified four crucial pillars of successful hybrid work arrangements. Download our free guide to find out what they are:
- Establish optimal work arrangements.
- Maximize the benefits of collaboration.
- Optimize productivity with focus time.
- Build a work culture based on trust.
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