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If somebody would have told you pre-pandemic that a hybrid work policy, hybrid meeting technology or flexible working hours would turn out to be key influencers for employee experience, you probably would have smiled. But as our recent ClickShare hybrid meeting research shows, 1 in 3 considers changing jobs because of issues with hybrid work. Organizations have to be sharp, flexible and innovative to recruit and keep talent in the hybrid workplace. And they can turn their digital infrastructure into a real asset.
As businesses continue to feel the implications of the Great Resignation, recent ClickShare research has pointed out that in today's workplace working conditions are as important as salaries to attract and retain employees. We’ve established a clear correlation between hybrid work and employer attractiveness. The hybrid and remote office-based work situation simply is a given in certain jobs and employees expect from their employers to be fully equipped for that. With much needed policies, technology and redesigned offices. If these expectations are not fully met, job satisfaction is in real danger, as a staggering 1 in 3 is thinking of moving jobs because of frictions with hybrid work.
Employees clearly consider hybrid work as a true differentiator. They want flexibility and agility from their employer and want to be able to decide when and where they work. Remote work burnout and stress caused by hybrid work accelerate their decision to hop jobs. According to the Microsoft Work Trend Index 40% of the global workforce considered leaving their employer in the next year. And our own research shows a clear correlation between the number of hybrid work issues – lack of policies and encountering tech problems in hybrid meetings - and the intention to leave the company.
To many, encouraging hybrid working models is an indicator of a well thought-out and considerate HR policy. And the contrary is a reason to leave. It’s high time for a pro-active approach to avoid a brain drain.
Organizations urgently need to tackle hybrid work and hybrid meeting on every level of the workplace. Still, with the right focus companies can turn challenges into opportunities and use hybrid work as a true selling point in the war for talent.