Though many employees and employers see extensive benefits to operating under a hybrid work model, it’s not uncommon for both sides to experience a learning curve when it comes to setting boundaries in this new environment.
5 Tips for Transitioning to a Hybrid Model in the Workplace
By BeeRemote Team
The sudden, almost overnight change to a landscape of remote work has completely altered how organizations operate. It is now commonplace for teammates and colleagues to be separated by physical distance as they try to collaborate and contribute cohesively to your organization. While this shift brought a welcomed change for many, it’s now time for companies to assess what model is best moving forward, and many are leaning towards a hybrid model that offers the benefits of remote work while keeping alive the team camaraderie and company culture through regular in-person interactions.
WFH Doesn’t Have it All: The Power of Face-to-Face Connection
By BeeRemote Team
During the crisis, Corporate America adapted quickly, and many companies saw bottom-line success with a largely remote workforce. In fact, 85% of businesses have seen increased productivity levels because of greater flexibility in the workplace. This is a smashing mark of success across the nation and showcases the adaptability of employees. While businesses and employees alike are seeing benefits from the option to work from home, there are drawbacks to ditching office life entirely.
Are you busying yourself burning out? While trying to Netflix, socialise, and sleep are you preoccupied with everything else you should be doing but are clearly not? Making headway on your latest project, taking your car to be fixed, finding your kid’s shoe—ever since we emerged from the primordial soup, humans have been wondering how to strive for success while maintaining our world outside of work. The constant pull between family, friends, your passions and your employment is not easy. And it shows