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Why Switch to a Hybrid Work Model?

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Companies are required to provide optimal digital workplaces post-pandemic. Next-generation digital platforms are capable of carrying out efficient work while catering to unique work styles of each individual with the help of AI 

Fremont, CA: Over the past two decades, there has been a significant shift in working models for organizations in every sector. Post pandemic, the work culture is either going to be a distributed one or a hybrid one. Regardless of what was happening to the traditional co-located work culture during these times, companies are now looking for effective ways to improve employee productivity.

The current digital experience demands organizations to recuperate the workspaces to accommodate different working models. Studies and surveys hint us a radical shift happening toward employee preferences being heard and catered like never before. Organizations are paying back their employees with better digital experience for what they have stood for during adverse conditions. A new culture or rather a confidence erupted as more organizations realized the merits of a digital platform of co-working.

Companies are required to provide optimal digital workplaces post-pandemic. Next-generation digital platforms are capable of carrying out efficient work while catering to unique work styles of each individual with the help of AI.  Top 10 Leadership Development Training/Coaching Companies - 2020

With unique features come unique challenges, as this remote and flexible work policy can cause trouble to employees and organizations. These challenges are met with able leaders and smart tools by developing a compatible culture with no communication gap. Good leadership coupled with better workplaces aided by smart products make this new situation productive than ever.

Performances of the specific apps, tools, and operating systems have improved. Better virtualization with superior app responsiveness and cloud support has enabled different individual remote workspaces to concentrate on a common platform to a single cause.

Employees compare their personal digital experience with work digital experience to find a certain level of parity to feel consistent about their daily chores. 

Companies need to tackle this hybrid situation where some employees work from a co-located space and some remotely. Working in a remote place need not necessarily mean a home office. The experience has to be congenial and composed.

The future is focused primarily on improving the employee experience and enhancing the digital systems that facilitate it. Introduction of platforms that enable organizations to incorporate various tools, data, and services have maintained this new work culture so far. Combining information technology and human conveniences in workspaces have only improved businesses.

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