The term “hybrid work” has come to mean more flexibility around working both remotely and in the office. But perhaps we could be applying the same term to the speed of work as well.
What if hybrid means:
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“Fast, always” is a recipe for burnout. If there’s one thing the pandemic revealed, it was our society’s “cult of busyness.” We were able to see just how much of our day was engineered to make ourselves feel busy, regardless of whether or not we were making tangible progress on any meaningful initiatives (interpersonally or professionally).
In order for Work-Life 2.0 to take hold, new hybrid styles of work will need to be invented and engineered in order to accommodate for the great awakening that has occurred (and is still occurring) across every generation.
The pandemic has been an extended experiment for most companies who are trying to manage people working from home.
Instead of making it mandatory to attend the office physically like before, many companies have adopted a hybrid model where one could go to the office once a week and work from home the rest of the days.
This new approach changes the purpose of coming to the office.
Before deciding on how to create a hybrid work schedule for when you'll work from home and at the office you must consider the tasks that you'd prefer doing in the office, such as project meetings that are best done in person.
Moreover, don't limit yourself to one schedule only and insted flex your preferences over time.
Productivity metrics are a means of tracking and measuring how quickly and efficiently employees are completing assignments.
These metrics are also helpful insights to track, manage, and improve employee performance.
As you would expect, there are various types of employee productivity metrics, including quantitative and qualitative measurements.
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