Many employees now work in a hybrid way.
Working in a hybrid way, where team members may be working from different locations or at different times, requires clear ways of working, planning and organising if it is to be successful. Exactly how to successfully undertake hybrid working will vary from organisation to organisation, and even from team to team – hybrid work should be tailored to the unique needs of the individual, team or department.
The role of the line manager will be key to ensuring effective ways of working. In particular, managers will be responsible for communication, performance management and team working within hybrid teams.
This guidance provides people managers with some key tips and ideas for ensuring effective hybrid working.
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