We should have all realized by now that neither 100% work at home nor 100% work at the office is a good state of affairs for most desk-centric workers in the 21st century.
Almost every company needs to develop a hybrid model that allows people to forget about work/life balance and focus on having a life that works.
Leaders should set guidelines, allow flexibility, and focus on enforcing the delivery of results, not the counting of hours or monitoring website activity.
If you're worried that your employees will try to take advantage of a hybrid working model, it's your attitude and your hiring policies that you need to look at, not where and how people choose to get their jobs done.
If you’d like some help creating a hybrid working model for your business, contact me today: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Copyright Hamish Mackenzie, 2020