The way we work has been shifting rapidly. Companies that were entirely office-based until recently, are increasingly exploring more options for their workforce.
Based on conversations we’re having with our customers, we’ve defined four common types of workspace companies across Europe are making use of, often in combination as a ‘hybrid’ set-up. These are the ‘company hub’ (a central or branch office), the ‘community hub’ (such as a shared co-working space), the ‘home hub’ (which denotes home working), and the ‘mobile hub’ (working on-the-go).
But adapting to hybrid working isn’t always straightforward. With teams working from various locations, it’s vital that companies have a robust plan in place to maintain secure and effective business operations.
In the article below, we detail five tips that will help any business looking to adopt hybrid working to do it well, right from the start.