Transitioning to Hybrid Work

Leading a Hybrid Office


Covid-19 has changed the way we will work forever. More people have realized they’re able to work from home instead of making their way into the office. This has resulted in hybrid offices, where some employees are continuing to work from the office while some are working from home. This has brought about a change in the way leaders must manage their business. This new way of working will take some getting used to, but thankfully we’ve put together this short guide to help.


Support Your Team Who are Working From Home


A lack of support for your team who are working at home can have a negative impact on operations. Working from home can be a challenge for even the most talented professionals. As such, provide extra support until you’re sure they’ve settled into this change of life. Doing this will help keep disruption to your business to a minimum and keep your employees’ output the same.


Communicate Consistently


Providing all employees with the same information is essential. Those working from home should have the same communication as those working in the office. Covid-19 has changed a lot of things, but it doesn’t have to change how effectively your team works together. Good communication helps to overcome the boundaries associated with hybrid work.


Equal Opportunities


One of the main concerns of employees working from home is that they will be missing out on opportunities. It’s important to keep employees at home feeling like they’re still part of the team. Let them know that they’re not working behind the scenes and are just as important as their counterparts at the office.


Benely, Your Leading Benefit and HR Solution


Here at Benely, we have a team of benefit experts that can help to ensure your employees maintain the best physical and mental health. In addition to this, we also partner with a team of certified HR professionals who encourage employee productivity and wellness to reach all-time highs. Partnering with us will change the way in which you do business for the better.