More than two years ago, the concept of the modern, centralized office shattered when the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to temporarily abandon their real estate and adopt a remote work model almost overnight. As organizations began reopening offices, that workplace model transformed into a hybrid work environment that allows employees to either continue working remotely or in the office part time, presenting its own set of unique challenges.
Hybrid work isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, with 53% of workers telling Gallup in a recent poll that they expect a hybrid arrangement. Another 24% expecting to work remotely full time. With leadership now faced with having to meet those demands, IT should tackle these common hybrid work challenges head on and prepare for continued distributed work.
Our new report “The Three Most Common Hybrid Work Challenges Two Years Into The Pandemic” takes a look at these issues and provides insight into:
- Research data about hybrid work trends
- The cybersecurity challenges inherent in this structure
- Strategies to tackle collaboration
- Minimizing the risk of burnout
- And much more
Download your copy of our new report to gain insight into how your organization can handle hybrid work and solve these challenges for the next two years and beyond.