Enterprises “Flex” Their Muscles

  • Infrastructure and Cloud Services
  • Advanced Technology
Enterprises “Flex” Their Muscles

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Cristina Sacchi

How Employers Will Support Flexible Hybrid Work in 2023

With reports piling up about the positive impact on productivity, staffing and overall employee happiness, C-suite leaders and tech managers are now embracing more flexible “return to office” plans.

How will that trend impact the employee experience? For the better, if companies put the right tech and support in place.

In this multi-part blog series, we’re exploring the most common digital workplace approaches we see and support today, across a variety of industries.

The “Corporate Flex” Hybrid Employee Experience

What’s the Experience

Employees spend some days working remotely and some time at the office, with schedules usually determined by corporate policy. Distributed tech moves between locations and may include employees’ personal devices in the mix.

A busy exec could lead an important forum on Monday, pop to virtual and in-person meetings the rest of the week, then recharge with a Work From Home (WFH) Friday — toting a company laptop and personal smartphone the whole way.

The whole point is to empower people to work in ways that are most effective and productive for them and for their teams.

Why Employees Love It

“The whole point is to empower people to work in ways that are most effective and productive for them and for their teams.”

See It in Action

Tech Challenge

Support Strategy

This should be flexible, too. Enterprises should offer options to suit varied IT personas, from AI-powered chat all the way up to white-glove service.

Questions For the IT team

  • Can employees safely access their apps and data from anywhere? Is it easy to work together across locations?
  • How will you deliver a consistently great IT experience —any time, any place, on any device?

Curious about how to support a flexible hybrid experience? We can help.


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Enterprises “Flex” Their Muscles

  • Infrastructure and Cloud Services
  • Advanced Technology

Share:

Compucom Editorial Team

Cristina Sacchi

How Employers Will Support Flexible Hybrid Work in 2023

With reports piling up about the positive impact on productivity, staffing and overall employee happiness, C-suite leaders and tech managers are now embracing more flexible “return to office” plans.

How will that trend impact the employee experience? For the better, if companies put the right tech and support in place.

In this multi-part blog series, we’re exploring the most common digital workplace approaches we see and support today, across a variety of industries.

The “Corporate Flex” Hybrid Employee Experience

What’s the Experience

Employees spend some days working remotely and some time at the office, with schedules usually determined by corporate policy. Distributed tech moves between locations and may include employees’ personal devices in the mix.

A busy exec could lead an important forum on Monday, pop to virtual and in-person meetings the rest of the week, then recharge with a Work From Home (WFH) Friday — toting a company laptop and personal smartphone the whole way.

The whole point is to empower people to work in ways that are most effective and productive for them and for their teams.

Why Employees Love It

“The whole point is to empower people to work in ways that are most effective and productive for them and for their teams.”

See It in Action

Tech Challenge

Support Strategy

This should be flexible, too. Enterprises should offer options to suit varied IT personas, from AI-powered chat all the way up to white-glove service.

Questions For the IT team

  • Can employees safely access their apps and data from anywhere? Is it easy to work together across locations?
  • How will you deliver a consistently great IT experience —any time, any place, on any device?

Curious about how to support a flexible hybrid experience? We can help.


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