Pitfalls to avoid when implementing hybrid working change

This has been a very overwhelming year for us all. Though there is a light in the tunnel, employee burnout is now more insidious than ever. As the pandemic has shown, a rigid work culture and pressure to work long hours is enough to push even those working remotely to jump ship. 

Spotting employee burnout is very different when managing a hybrid team. Those who choose to continue working from home, if not properly supported, are at risk of heightened isolation and disengagement. To ensure employee satisfaction, a complete shift in HR strategy, tools and policy must occur. 

Required changes will look different for every organisation, however there are a few common reasons for employee turnover that every business can relate to. 

Click here for the three most commonly reported pitfalls leading to hybrid working fallout.