Workplaces aren’t the same as they used to be; a lot has changed in the previous few years. The hybrid workplace dynamics, which include a mix of in-office and remote employees, are here to stay. This paradigm change, it is predicted, will nearly double the number of remote employees in the next five years. Therefore, hybrid work is the way of the future, but it also has its negatives. We must move beyond superficial fixes and toward more intelligent and thoughtful solutions.
For example, having the camera on at all times is not essential during the daily stand-up call, and an email can be sent to resolve a specific challenge instead of doing a zoom call. Similar considerations apply to learning and development (L&D) within an organization. It’s a boon that blended learning was already popular before the advent of the hybrid workforce, but now we need to figure out how to make the most of it and account for any potential shifts.
Let us hear from an expert in workforce transformation. Sheri Weppel, VP of Workforce Performance, Infopro Learning, will walk into the specifics of the topic, including: