Many organizations are considering hybrid work to adapt to shifting workforce needs and expectations. When formalizing a hybrid operating model, it is important to establish clear expectations among individuals, managers and the organization to ensure the needs of all parties are met.
This is conceptual content and is meant to be modified and customized to meet your company’s unique needs. It is important to note that hybrid work looks different for every organization. The most common types of arrangements are:
- Policy is universal across the organization, with fixed days in-office or remote
- Policy is variable across the organization, with decisions made at the team level
- Policy is flexible across teams, with decisions made between a manager and an employee
Download your template, which serves as a starting point for developing your company’s hybrid work policy.