You may think your hybrid strategy is going well, but do your employees agree? Jabra, a Danish audio equipment company, recently surveyed 5,000 knowledge workers around the world and found that just over half of employees believe their companies are prepared for hybrid work—compared to 74% of leaders.
There’s a lot at stake to getting hybrid right. For one, talent retention: Over half of employees are saying they don’t want to work for a company that requires full-time onsite work. A well-executed hybrid strategy can also improve employee engagement, productivity and satisfaction, thereby strengthening company culture.
My company, Centric Consulting, has worked with clients on designing and executing hybrid workplace strategies. To find out what we’ve seen as the biggest warning signs that your hybrid strategy needs help, read the full article on Forbes.com.