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Crash course on Hybrid Work

Hybrid Work is the future of work, and it's happening now.

Introduction

Hybrid Work is the future of work, and it's happening now. You might have heard about it, but what will it look like to actually work in a Hybrid Work environment? In this article we'll cover everything you need to know about this new type of business model so that you can be prepared if your company decides to adopt it—or if you want to start a business using this technology.

What is Hybrid Work?

Hybrid Work is a new way of working that combines the best of remote work and traditional office work. It's a mix between remote work, where you do most or all of your job at home, and frequent in-person visits to the office.

Hybrid Work is often considered to be an alternative for people who want to avoid a commute, but still want the benefits of working as part of a team. Hybrid Workers have more flexibility than their full-time colleagues—they can choose when they come into the office and when they work from home—but also enjoy many of the same benefits as those who work in offices every day: shared meals with coworkers; collaboration on projects; access to resources like printing services and meeting rooms; opportunities for advancement within the company through standard performance reviews.

How do we get there?

Hybrid Work is the future of remote work and collaboration. It combines the best of both worlds to create a dynamic environment that encourages collaboration, creativity and productivity. This new hybrid model will help your company grow in ways you never thought possible.

The Tech Stack

The tech stack is an important part of the Hybrid Work planning tool. The tech stack is made up of three main components:

  • A Smart Workplace Management Platform (SWMP). Because there are much more diversities than all people working in office, Hybrid Work requires a technology platform that allows management to oversee the planning process, and employees to collaborate on the platform easily.
  • A Mobile App, which gives you access to everything you need on-the-go. This includes your calendar, contacts list and tasks list. It also has a built-in keyboard that allows you to type messages into it directly from your phone’s keyboard (for example: “Hey John! Can we meet at 3 pm?”).
  • An interactive floor map that displays where people are currently working in real time (as well as where they’re going). This helps managers understand which workspaces are being used so they can allocate them appropriately. The map also shows what each employee is working on at any given time—so if someone needs help with something or wants advice from someone else in the room who knows more about what they're doing—they know how far away their colleagues are located within the office space!

The platform is designed to be flexible and scalable, so it can be easily implemented in any type of business. It allows companies to manage their space more effectively so that employees can work more efficiently, which ultimately leads to higher productivity levels.

Do's and Don'ts

  • Implementing a hybrid work policy is a lot like creating any new process, but with the added challenge of needing to engage different people in different ways.
  • Make sure you give yourself enough time and resources for the project.
  • Consider how your business operates and what it needs to accomplish before you begin developing policies. Leave room for flexibility as you go through this process.
  • Don't manage hybrid work with pen and paper; instead, use an online tool such as Office 365 or Google G Suite that has collaboration features built-in (like calendar sharing).

Hybrid Work is the way to go. Be prepared.

It is the way to go. Be prepared.

Hybrid Work is a new form of work that combines the best practices, tools, and philosophies from traditional office jobs with those gained from remote working and freelancing. Hybrid Workers are not just employees who work remotely or telecommute occasionally—they are professionals who embrace this lifestyle on a regular basis with no intention of returning to a traditional office setting at any point in the future.

Conclusion

Hybrid Work is a way of working that aims to break down silos, share knowledge, leverage the best talent and skills across teams, and create value for clients. We’re in an era where technology enables us to work together more efficiently than ever before—so let’s do it!

Patrick Meyer

VP of Design

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