Following the pandemic, the hybrid work environment appears to be shaping up to be the predominant work model for many businesses. When the COVID-19 pandemic started, companies and employees quickly shifted to remote work.
Two years later, there is more flexibility in approaching the work environment. Many employers are finding their workers prefer a hybrid setting.
In a hybrid workplace model, employees work remotely part of the time, and then they work in the office the rest of the time.
There are certainly challenges of this approach to work. For example, since employees are changing locations, IT teams have to address challenges that might arise on the technical side of things. Along with cybersecurity, user experience is a key priority.
As well as those considerations, the following are some of the elements that tend to be present in successful hybrid work environments where there’s seamlessness promoting employee productivity and engagement.