Maintaining Morale, Equity, and Connection in Our Hybrid Workforce eBook

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Let's take care of your employees while we navigate the transition to hybrid work.

For many companies, it appears that the future most likely looks like a hybrid work environment. In our recent webinar polling, 71% of HR leaders are making the transition. HR leaders have much to determine around the framework and execution of the hybrid workplace model, and organizational leaders have big decisions ahead of them.

In this ebook, we’ll look at the challenges of remote work and what HR and company leaders can do to maintain morale, equity, productivity, and connection. We'll also discuss the role of employee recognition in our hybrid workplace, and how you set your programs up for success.

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A deep dive into the core challenges keeping HR leaders up at night when it comes to hybrid work.

The biggest challenges that companies have to be prepared for when it comes to transitioning to hybrid work are: competing preferences, employee resistance, competition and recruitment, separate work populations, productivity, connection and morale, and compliance. This is a long list, but we've got you covered with tips, insights and best practices for each of these important areas of engagement.

Grab a copy of our eBook to ready your team for hybrid work. And if you're ready to explore employee recognition programs that encourage connection, get in touch with our team by requesting a demo.

“Flexibility isn’t going to just be a perk that you consider offering. It’s going to be mandatory if you want to compete with other companies for top talent.”
Larry Dunivan
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