Learn how to make the shift to hybrid working a success and avoid the common pitfalls, plus lots of best practice tips.
It’s a reality that hybrid working is now a major feature of the modern workplace. At the start of 2020, just 6.1% of people were working remotely. By the end of 2020 the number of people working from home rose to 31%
The hybrid revolution offers an excellent opportunity to increase employee engagement, improve productivity, reduce sickness absence and staff turnover, and reduce inefficiencies and costs.
But in the new world of remote working there is a significant distinction between ‘surviving’ and ‘thriving’.
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