Help Your Organization Make the Switch to a Hybrid Office
Experts offer advice on transitioning to this blended model
With [some] staff having enjoyed working remotely during the pandemic, many associations are planning a hybrid work environment when they return —allowing people to work remotely a few days a week. While making the switch sounds easy on paper, experts caution the transition requires some planning, including culture shifts.
“We think that the culture part is the most important thing out of all of it,” said Victor Cora Nazario, chief operating officer at SOAR Community Network. Nazario, who spends time helping offices with culture and staffing, says the upcoming transition to hybrid differs from the 2020 transition to remote.
“Last year, everyone was in the same boat,” Nazario said. “We had to do it.”
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