We've all spent too much time trying to decipher reports that make no sense at first glance, or had team members who struggled to share essential business insights with clients in an accessible and concise way.
Now, more than ever, businesses are seeking ways to support their remote workforce and improve the overall employee experience. Your organization might be doing the same, whether it’s because you want to retain the workers you have, attract new talent, or just make things run more smoothly.
A hybrid workplace offers companies a unique chance to diversify their workforce, shake up corporate culture, and find new ways to collaborate.
However, creating and maintaining a hybrid workplace can be a challenge. While 70% of employees value the flexibility of working from home, over 65% feel that they still need the face-to-face time that only in-person work can provide. This suggests that a large number of employees are looking for an environment that allows for a combination of work-from-home and in-office days.
How do you recruit and retain qualified, enthusiastic employees? Thinking about how to attract talent is a good place to start, but the long term task of keeping your team satisfied and happy is more important than ever.