Hybrid Work Models Are the Clear Winner for 2022

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Hybrid Work Models Are the Clear Winner for 2022

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Compucom Editorial Team

Cristina Sacchi

Work from home? Back to the office? Somewhere in between? At this point, we know there are no one-size-fits-all solutions to the modern digital workplace.

Recent surveys paint a clear picture of where we are headed: hybrid work is here to stay…for now.

Business Leaders Are Optimistic About Hybrid Work 

Despite initial uncertainties around how hybrid or remote work would impact worker productivity, many organizations say the hybrid workplace model was a successful one. Now they believe remote and hybrid work will likely remain a permanent solution.

What will that approach look like? 

Compucom Blog - Chief Executive Group confidence index

About a quarter of those CEOs said they will require a certain amount of in-office time—say 3 days per week, or on specific “collaboration days.”

Some will allow more scheduling flexibility, also known as “employee choice” or “at-will” hybrid models. With that approach, the office and shared spaces are open to all, but workers get to choose when (or if) they use them.

Some jobs can only be done on-site, while entire departments can easily work from anywhere…and aren’t eager to be forced back to a commute. In that case, leaders are smart to choose a work model that accommodates both the needs of the employee and the business.

This may be why 33% say they’re embracing hybrid, but with policies based on the needs of specific roles or departments, according to the Chief Executive survey.

Regardless of which strategy they chose, across-the-board execs say they’ll remain flexible and adapt their workplace policies as conditions (inevitably) evolve—a wise choice.

Considerations for a Successful Hybrid Workplace

What does this tell us? Above all, the future of work is flexible. Companies that understand the value of hybrid will gain a competitive edge.

From HR to IT, business leaders are now concerned about creating an equitable experience for hybrid teams. Decision-makers need to plan around what people need when they meet at the office, work from home, or service customers in the field—accounting for everything from employee technology to company culture and benefits.

No matter which environment you choose, you have to build the infrastructure to support your employees anywhere and anytime. We can help.


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Hybrid Work Models Are the Clear Winner for 2022

  • Digital Support Services
  • DEX

Share:

Compucom Editorial Team

Cristina Sacchi

Work from home? Back to the office? Somewhere in between? At this point, we know there are no one-size-fits-all solutions to the modern digital workplace.

Recent surveys paint a clear picture of where we are headed: hybrid work is here to stay…for now.

Business Leaders Are Optimistic About Hybrid Work 

Despite initial uncertainties around how hybrid or remote work would impact worker productivity, many organizations say the hybrid workplace model was a successful one. Now they believe remote and hybrid work will likely remain a permanent solution.

What will that approach look like? 

Compucom Blog - Chief Executive Group confidence index

About a quarter of those CEOs said they will require a certain amount of in-office time—say 3 days per week, or on specific “collaboration days.”

Some will allow more scheduling flexibility, also known as “employee choice” or “at-will” hybrid models. With that approach, the office and shared spaces are open to all, but workers get to choose when (or if) they use them.

Some jobs can only be done on-site, while entire departments can easily work from anywhere…and aren’t eager to be forced back to a commute. In that case, leaders are smart to choose a work model that accommodates both the needs of the employee and the business.

This may be why 33% say they’re embracing hybrid, but with policies based on the needs of specific roles or departments, according to the Chief Executive survey.

Regardless of which strategy they chose, across-the-board execs say they’ll remain flexible and adapt their workplace policies as conditions (inevitably) evolve—a wise choice.

Considerations for a Successful Hybrid Workplace

What does this tell us? Above all, the future of work is flexible. Companies that understand the value of hybrid will gain a competitive edge.

From HR to IT, business leaders are now concerned about creating an equitable experience for hybrid teams. Decision-makers need to plan around what people need when they meet at the office, work from home, or service customers in the field—accounting for everything from employee technology to company culture and benefits.

No matter which environment you choose, you have to build the infrastructure to support your employees anywhere and anytime. We can help.


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