HR hybrid working

HR considerations for hybrid working

HR teams have an important role in both developing the underlying principles of a hybrid working policy and ensuring that the new way of working fits with the organisation’s culture. Hybrid working affects every part of the employee lifecycle, including induction, learning and development, reward and recognition, performance management, wellbeing, employee engagement, recruitment, and communication.

Here we examine these different areas and share our view on how HR professionals should be approaching these considerations.

People management for hybrid working

Many organisations are reviewing their organisational design as a result of lesson learned during the coronavirus pandemic by both employers and employees.

Read more

Time to talk – how can we manage employee wellbeing?
As the feelings of wellbeing are fundamental to the overall health of an individual, it’s become essential for businesses to understand more about this area. What is your organisation doing?

Read more

Hybrid working

The Year of Remote Working: What more can you do to help staff work from home?
We look at how organisations can support most of their workforce still working remotely and ensure that teams remain productive during this time.

Read more

Diversity and inclusion

Managing diversity and inclusion within your business
Mental health is often misunderstood and many still find it difficult to talk about. It is not the same as mental illness, and it is important to know the difference. How can you help as an employer?

Read more

Kerri Constable Kerri Constable

Associate Director

David Gibbens David Gibbens

Head of HR Consultants