Hybrid work model requires flexible approach and empathy

Hybrid work model requires flexible approach and empathy
Enterprise needs to realize that employees are not mere units of productivity. They deserve a humanized workplace relation and experience, where empathy is a core part of whole designing Hybrid Work Model transitioning from the total remote work from any location.

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

LS Close to last two years, remote work was the only option for nearly all organisations. Leadership and employees alike embraced it at the time with such swiftness, though had its challenges initially, technical advances greatly helped adoption, but now, that is changing rapidly from the days of world-wide crisis a uniquely historic, unprecedented, unforeseen, unpredictable, unimaginative and so unfortunate disruption and has put all the companies on the edge, impacted the world of work significantly and there is adequate awareness of the covid complexities, healthcare support and safety measures including vaccination process.

In plain terms-Hybrid work model is a flexible approach that allows employees to split their time between working in the office with teams and working remotely from home. Pre- pandemic employee experience at work place, focussed to measure employee engagement, the key to retain and...

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LS Murthy

currently is Business & Startup Strategic Advisor and Management Consultant. With three decades of experience, he is Ex-COO, SVP, Global Delivery & HR Head with It/ITES Industries. LS alumni of Osmania University an MBA (HR) and a (Ph.D.) scholar at AHRD, Ahmedabad.

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LS Murthy

currently is Business & Startup Strategic Advisor and Management Consultant. With three decades of experience, he is Ex-COO, SVP, Global Delivery & HR Head with It/ITES Industries. LS alumni of Osmania University an MBA (HR) and a (Ph.D.) scholar at AHRD, Ahmedabad.

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