How to develop a hybrid workplace strategy
Define your hybrid work, workforce and workplace
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- Defining and creating buy-in for your organization’s hybrid workplace strategy
- Supporting employees wherever and whenever they work
- How to ensure future workplace success in the years ahead
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74% of employees want to work in the office in some capacity
71% of employees expect more flexible schedules
70% of employees prefer office environments for collaboration
*Source: JLL, Shaping human experience – a focus on hybrid, February 2021
It isn’t a secret that the way we work and how the workforce will use the workplace is changing because of the pandemic and societal shifts we are experiencing. Yet many companies are still trying to understand what exactly this means and what level of transformation they will need in order to provide a “hybrid” workplace with enhanced employee flexibility that will boost human performance while optimizing their real estate portfolios.
With government administrations pledging to have enough vaccines available for their population before the end of the year, corporate occupiers need to envision a return to work before 2022. What implications does that mean for your organization?
Dr. Marie Puybaraud
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