As companies calibrate the balance between remote and in-office workers,
companies are facing their greatest people management challenge in generations.
Temporary work-from-home policies of the pandemic have matured into more
permanent hybrid work models with some mix of at-home and at-office
schedules. 65% of those employees that have worked from home during the
pandemic want to continue to do so; 58% of those same employees say they will
quit if forced to return full-time to a centralized office. They’ve experienced the
benefits of working remotely—and they like it. On top of that, Gallup reports
almost half of all workers are currently looking for new jobs.
The hybrid workplace requires a renewed approach for engaging and retaining top
talent. By allowing greater worker autonomy and flexibility, companies can better
retain staff and expand their potential pool of talent, which is especially important in
light of the increasing shortage of skilled labor facing all organizations today and in
the years to come.
Find out what it takes to successfully manage virtual workers while allowing others
to return to the office, learn the pitfalls and successful tools and techniques other
organizations are successfully using on this topic, and increase your confidence for
effectively getting work done through workers wherever they are located.
Attendees will learn:
Setting clear goals, expectations and ground rules for working remotely
Building trust yet maintaining accountability with hybrid workers
Promoting inclusion and collaboration with and between all workers
Technology tools and strategies for increased communication
· Recognition that works best for virtual and in-office employees alike