Why the Hybrid Office Still Isn’t Settled Yet
Now is a good time to examine what's working
The struggle to create a post-COVID workplace that works for everybody is still going strong.
Many associations settled on hybrid work arrangements in 2022, but there's still a lot of work happening to address changing needs, and changing attitudes about employee wellness. In January, when Associations Now reached out to leaders about how they are handling hybrid work, the responses focused on the importance of flexibility.
For instance, Ann Bresingham, chief human resource officer of the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiologists (AANA), said the association is working on two fronts: "how to create an engaged workforce in a hybrid environment that maintains the 'close-knit' culture we had before the pandemic," and "creating a more inclusive environment so that all employees feel they can bring their authentic self to work and be as productive as they can be."
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