5 Hybrid Work Model Mistakes & How to Avoid ThemFrom inadequate policies to inconsistent communication, this is your guide to avoiding the costly mistakes organizations often make when implementing a hybrid work model.
While workplaces are starting to reopen, many employees want to continue to work remotely, and organizations that want to succeed amid the Great Resignation must be flexible. Creating a hybrid work model is one way that employers are striving to meet the evolving needs of their workforce. However, this model can be tricky to implement.
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This graphic article outlines five of the commonly-made mistakes organizations fall prey to when putting a hybrid work model in place — and how you can avoid them.