A hybrid workforce works between home, the workplace, and/or any other remote locations. After a long period of closure, a hybrid workforce is now the norm for most businesses. While this trend was growing pre-pandemic, it has accelerated since 2020. The number of keyword searches for “hybrid workforce” and related terms grew immensely from December 2020, as we sought resources to equip us for the new normal.
The big challenge businesses face is adapting workplace environments to this “new” way of working. In the current climate, the safety and security of your remote and on-site workers is critical. With new health and safety protocols, how do we make this transition to hybrid work as simple and as safe as possible? In some instances, staggered shifts and even 24/7 operations have been introduced to limit workplace numbers and keep distancing between employees.