In a recent poll of HR professionals, 74% of respondents stated that they were currently or planning to work in a hybrid work environment, yet some organizations are struggling when it comes to how they approach hybrid work. There is not a one-size-fits all solution for a hybrid workplace strategy, as each organization has unique functional and cultural requirements and current state operating models. A productivity measurement program is a critical tool for either identifying a pilot approach, validating your core approach or maximizing performance within an existing model. Traditional feedback gathering efforts such as surveys and engagement scores are limited in scope and benefit from an objective layer of data. A productivity measurement program provides dynamic, real-time, ongoing insights that can’t be captured through self-reporting or observation.
Hybrid is emerging as the dominant workplace strategy for many organizations as pre-pandemic legacy policies and pandemic-driven remote implementations no longer align with new ways of working and workforce expectations. Leveraging productivity measurement positions organizations to implement successful and sustainable hybrid models for high performance environments, in any location.
Solutions like ActivTrak ensure that flexible work arrangements are a win-win for both leaders and employees by providing visibility into productivity and engagement no matter where employees are working.
In this webcast, we’ll cover how the ActivTrak platform helps organizations and introduce:
- The four common types of hybrid work (universal, variable, flexible, and fluid)
- Helpful tips for how to evaluate your hybrid approach
- How to leverage ActivTrak Coach to gain visibility into understanding how and when work gets done
- How to maintain healthy work practices by assessing burnout risk and workload balance
- How to ensure adherence to compliance and data privacy policies
- How to gleam leading practices through comparing team working styles