While working from home is an enduring game changer, the office isn't going away. This place is becoming more important, because it has a different function than working from home: working together and being together. With more employees working from home, meeting in the office is extra valuable. It is important to set up the office accordingly.
The first organizations are therefore already making adjustments to the working environment. Others are waiting for the experiences of the front runners. In any case, there is one topic that every company should already tackle in order to make a successful start with hybrid working: drawing up a team manifesto with clear agreements about how this is done.
Hybrid working is a combination of working at the office and working from home. We go to the office to be and work with colleagues. In addition, we can work from home a few days a week for focus projects.
What does hybrid working mean for my organization?
Which activities can employees do at home and which at the office? With our TeamManifest approach, teams can create a common vision of hybrid working in practice. The advantage of such a team manifest is clarity in the agreements made. This allows HR to steer towards a clear policy, and the facilities department can manage office occupancy.
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Partner | Director Occupier Services
Harold Coenders is Director of Occupier Services Netherlands. Harold is thought leader on hybrid working and the impact on the corporate culture, the workplace and the real estate. He is an expert in developing strategic real estate solutions and innovative hybrid workconcepts linked to the productivity of the workforce and in organisational cultural change programs.