Resource pages for "Hybrid Work"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
Rewards outweigh the risks for employers and employees willing to adapt to a long-term hybrid work strategy, finds new Poly research.
Mark Bischoff, Starnet Worldwide Commercial Flooring Partnership, explains how a site assessment that includes a focus on floors will propel project success.
New survey shows employers must prioritize mental health, remote options, and improved technology to promote employee advocacy and better work-life balance.
Majority of companies want staff back on-site, but half of employees surveyed said they'd look for a new job if required to be in the office five days a week.
Nearly 60 percent of employers believe they'll lose new and existing employees if they don't develop hybrid work processes and plans, finds new research from Poly.
A new survey reveals a third of employees prefer a hybrid work environment, but many feel in-person work is better for career advancement.
Nearly 90% of companies plan to remain open in 2022, but employers are reluctant to adapt to a new workplace reality, study shows.
The company's redesigned office space will feature “neighborhoods,” or shared spaces for functional teams to collaborate while in the office.
VergeSense is a workplace analytics platform provider for enterprises, helping them transform their workplace to match today’s employee needs and expectations.
New Siemens study reveals majority of organizations have shifted to a hybrid work model, but most are not prepared with change management processes to implement the shift.
Having an office space will be considered an employee benefit rather than a mandatory way of working, according to new Jabra study.
Upgrade offers enhancements to both the employee experience as well as space management capabilities.
Consider an effective strategy that utilizes data and digital tools to reimagine, rebalance, and reconfigure facilities space for the new normal.
ADP Research Institute finds social connection, promotion opportunities, work/life boundaries are most cited benefits of on-site work, but remote work comes with advantages and preferences.