Hybrid work doesn't go without challenges for getting employees back to the office. Here are three challenges and solutions for hybrid offices.
Since our work lives were abruptly upended two years ago, employees expect flexible schedules and work environments. This doesn’t mean employees are eager to stay full-time in their home office spaces because 72% of employees
prefer a hybrid office model, mixing the benefits of home and in-office. Even though hybrid work is here to stay, it doesn’t go without its challenges for employers to help address.
CBRE, a global commercial real estate company, released its Spring 2022 Occupier Sentiment Survey
, revealing that most return-to-office strategies should focus on how companies can demonstrate the value of the office to their employees, which makes sense because employees want to make sure if they commute that the people they need to collaborate with are also there in person to make the best use of their time. We’ve put together a list for office space managers, executives, HR directors, and IT directors of the top three challenges of hybrid work (and the solutions to help put your office at the forefront of the future of work).