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Getting Hybrid working right

Studies have shown that much of the workforce would prefer a hybrid working arrangement. But in order to make a success of it, you need to understand what it means, what the potential pitfalls are, and how it will unfold within your organisation. We can help.

Hybrid working sounds so easy – you just need to mix the office back in with the home-working we’ve all become used to during the pandemic. So, what’s the problem?

The truth is that there are many potential pitfalls, and getting it wrong could prove costly. The best approach to hybrid working is likely to vary by the type of role, and by other factors such as whether an employee is new to your organisation or an established team member.

Additionally, line managers might have a particular view of how they want their team to work, and individual team members will have their own emotional and practical preferences. Even when you reach a clear and consistent approach, your managers will need to acquire new skills to implement your approach successfully.

Our two-phase programme will help steer you through the process, and help you get it right.

2 half-day sessions to support successful transition


The business benefits of hybrid working

  • Employees want it – so offering it publicly will boost your brand and help you attract and keep a more diverse pool of talented people.
  • What’s good for them is good for you – if hybrid work makes someone feel happier, healthier, and more in control of their lives, they’re more likely to deliver.
  • Reducing office space cuts real estate costs, utility bills and other associated outlay. It’s also a chance to rethink how you use your space and get the best from it.


How we can help

We’ve developed two hybrid-focused workshops, to help employers develop a sustainable approach to hybrid working. We can work with you to explore and clarify what you want hybrid working to look like at your organisation, and equip your managers and HRBPs to implement it successfully. To find out more, contact


Call 020 7633 4444 or email

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