After a year of remote work and work from home it is anticipated most companies will adopt a more flexible or hybrid work policy as the workforce starts returning to the office post pandemic.
The key question is will the hybrid work model work for every business? This article by JOE GALVIN explores both the pros and cons of going hybrid.
Today we are living in a largely separated world, connected by technology. While we moved to a work-from-home model in the spring out of necessity, many employees have become used to working from home and its many conveniences. Gen Y and Millennial workers no longer see work-from-home as a perk, rather it’s become a requirement. The relentless demand for talent will now make work-from-home a competitive and differentiating feature.
No matter what line of work you are in, your skills, intelligence, talent, or even luck may not be always enough to help you succeed or reach your goal in a short amount of time.
There will always be a need for tools — whether hardware or software — that will help you manage the little things more efficiently and effectively, so you will have more time to deal with the big things and do what you do best.
You finally found the perfect co-working space in your neighborhood and its community is thriving with a diverse group of entrepreneurs and innovators. But, it’s the middle of the week and you find yourself staring blankly into your computer screen, waiting for inspiration to strike, or time has caught up with you and now, you have to wade into the countless emails you’ve been putting off for weeks.
You just simply can’t be motivated. Fortunately, there is a simple solution that you can incorporate into your work routine to help relieve the monotony.