9 tips to create a hybrid working environment that works for your people

Whilst some HR policies are easily adaptable from one organization to another, a hybrid working policy very much depends on the organization, its people, and their way of working. 

hybrid working tipsThere are many ways of hybrid working. Whether it’s a structured weekly schedule or giving full autonomy to your employees to choose the days that work best for them – the key is finding the ‘hybrid working rhythm’ that works for your people, your organization.

In this guide, Daniela Enzinger at Reprieve, one of our panelists in our webinar “How to enable hybrid working in non-profit organizations”, has kindly shared a few suggestions and learnings of what areas should be covered in your policy:

  1. Hybrid working
  2. Hybrid meetings
  3. Employee communications
  4. Remote working locations
  5. Employees’ obligations
  6. Health and safety
  7. Equipment and suitable workspace
  8. Insurance requirements
  9. Data security

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