Hybrid Work Model needs a robust system of collaboration

Hybrid Work Model needs a robust system of collaboration
Adopting a hybrid working method isn't just a simple binary choice of working from home or working in an office. There is much more to it than just location and enabling flexibility in where, when and how employees work.

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

ST Hybrid work model in its current form and level, though not new, originated from compulsion as a safety or preventive mechanism to counter the threat of Covid-19 has now become necessity of the business. Great resignation, rising demands of flexibility, autonomy at work, increased focus on individual well-being with more concern for family members, work life balance, desire to be more agile, lean & mean in response to cater the need of running cost effective operations in the wake of hit business and economy suffered due to lockdowns, have forced employers to opt for Hybrid work model.

A well-thought-out hybrid work model can be great for collaboration, productivity and employee satisfaction. Benefits for adopting a hybrid model include :

1. A hybrid workplace canreduce the spread of illness arising due to Covid Infection as employees can choose to work from...

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Sushil Tripathi

In almost 2 decades of work experience in multiple industries like construction, manufacturing, energy & retail, Sushil currently is Head Human Capital of Goldi Solar Private Ltd. He has been awarded CHRO of the year 2019 & 2020 by HR association of India and also recognised as Top HR Minds of the Country by World HRD Congress in 2020.

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Sushil Tripathi

In almost 2 decades of work experience in multiple industries like construction, manufacturing, energy & retail, Sushil currently is Head Human Capital of Goldi Solar Private Ltd. He has been awarded CHRO of the year 2019 & 2020 by HR association of India and also recognised as Top HR Minds of the Country by World HRD Congress in 2020.

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