Hybrid working is a form of flexible working where workers spend some of their time working remotely (usually, but not necessarily, from home) and some in the employer's workspace.
Many organisations introduced hybrid working arrangements after the pandemic after positive working from home experiences for them and their employees.
Enabling effective hybrid cultures
Policy and procedure
Legal implications of hybrid working
Manager training and development
Technology and equipment
Inclusion and fairness
In November, the CIPD published a new report and guide on women’s health at work. Authors Rachel Suff and Claire McCartney provide a summary of the key learning points
Podcast 202: Learning professionals are under constant pressure to demonstrate the value and impact of their interventions. Is there a way for them to bolster their chances of a successful outcome before they dive into planning?
What this practice is, why you should avoid it, and how to approach it if no other options are available
Guidance and practical recommendations for supporting employees experiencing domestic abuse