Hybrid work model has improved the happiness quotient

Hybrid work model has improved the happiness quotient
HR has to measure, both productivity and cultural impact on business. This is possible through a phased transition and feedback from both employee and their supervisors. Monthly Feedback through surveys and interviews will help understand the trend better.

What prompted employers to embrace the Hybrid work model? What can be the benefits and pitfalls in shifting to this work model?

BR While the global pandemic triggered the “work-at-home” movement, it later morphed into a hybrid work model with a couple of days a week at the office. Employees benefit from saving time, money and stress on commuting to work, it also benefits employees by enabling a more flexible lifestyle managing and balancing work and personal/family demands. The remote work has its downsides and that at a fundamental level includes domestic distractions from pets and family members as well as blurred work-life boundaries, the work day extends forever and it is difficult to disconnect. However, there is a more severe pitfall, that is a loss of group dynamics and collaboration. Interactions become transactional perhaps addressing the actions of a project timeline but the strategic elements of group thinking and brainstorming are often lost without a face-to-face interaction. Problem solving becomes much easier...

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Barnali Roychowdhury

Currently is the CHRO for DaytoDay health - A Babylon Company based in Bangalore. She is HR professional with 15+ years of experience, with an extensive exposure in diverse industry segments: HR Consulting, Manufacturing, Retail, Pharma Sales & R&D, Consumer Care, Healthcare, Fin-tech & Health-Tech company.

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