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The Practical Guide to Hybrid Work

Language:  English
Hybrid work, a balance of time working in the office and from home, is a highly desired form of flexible work.
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The global pandemic forced thousands of previously office based employees to work from home – often for the first time. Many organisations and their employees found that remote work was more successful than they could have imagined, leading to an increased interest in new ways of working for the future. Hybrid work is one of these new ways of working, providing employees with a balance of time in the office and time working remotely – this is what many employees are seeking but it has rarely been undertaken at scale before. This book will provide organisations with everything they need to know in order to successfully implement hybrid work.  

About the Author

Gemma is an experienced HR professional, a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, Fellow of the HEA and a regular speaker and writer on a variety of HR topics including employee engagement, flexible working and wellbeing. She is also a qualified coach and mediator. Gemma is a lecturer in the Business School at Liverpool John Moores University where she teaches employment law and professional development skills. She also runs her own business, The Work Consultancy where she focuses on policy development, flexible and hybrid working and wellbeing.

  1. Introduction – what is hybrid work?
    1. Location flexibility v time flexibility
    2. The benefits of hybrid work
    3. The challenges of hybrid work – and how to overcome them
    4. Determining the best approach to hybrid
    5. Categories of hybrid work
  2. Implementation of hybrid work
    1. Hybrid work and organisational cultures
    2. Hybrid work policies
    3. Managing requests for hybrid work
  3. Determining what type of work, where and when
  4. The employee lifecycle and hybrid work
    1. Recruitment
    2. Induction
    3. Learning and Development
    4. Reward and Recognition
    5. Inclusion
    6. Wellbeing
  5. Hybrid workplaces
  6. Managing hybrid workers
    1. Measuring outcomes of hybrid work
  7. Conclusions
  8. Hybrid work – frequently asked questions
About the Author

Gemma Dale