With the right change and the right technology
there’s no wrong way to work

 
 

UK employees now want to work remotely for at least half the week, according to our latest report with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr).

But how have new ways of working helped employers?
Our Cebr report uncovered a 3.4% increase in productivity and 3.6% higher employee satisfaction thanks to increased remote working. Better still, those organisations saw a 4.9% boost to customer satisfaction.

As a result, 69% of UK companies plan to make hybrid working their future everyday which brings the challenge of how to manage people working in multiple different locations at once.

Watch our video on the different ways of working in a post-pandemic world.

 
 
 
 
 
 

How does your team want to work?

No organisation is the same. And the makeup of your workforce will likely change from one year to the next. That said, we’ve included three typical scenarios below that most employers can probably relate to.

Click the links for tips and guidance on how to manage each of them effectively:

 
 

Mainly remote

Your people mostly work from home or wherever they’re most productive. You don’t need a big office space, but you might have hubs for face-to-face meetings.

 
 

Hybrid approach

You ask people to be in the office at least two or three days a week, but beyond that you leave it up to them.

 
 

Mainly office-based

You prefer people to work in the office. Or perhaps it’s required for their roles. But you still need to enable remote working when it’s necessary.

 
 

Not sure how your team wants to work?

Take our short quiz to find your own work style and share with your teammates or colleagues to help them find theirs.

 
 
 

Five working styles in a post-pandemic world

WFHomer

They’d happily never step foot in an office again. Like interacting with some colleagues, they collaborate best at a distance. They think ‘commuting’ is a dirty word.

 
 

Modernist

They’re all for working remotely. Dividing time between home and the local café feeding their latte habit. They enjoy colleague interaction a day or two per week. But that’s their limit.

 
 

Nomad

Their idea of ‘going to work’ seems absurd. Work is where the WiFi is. As long as they've got their laptop and phone the whole world is their office logging on where and when it feels right.

 
 

Smart Casual

They do their best work surrounded by real-life colleagues, so the office is where they spend most of their time. They do mix it up with remote days, maybe once a week or so.

 
 

Purist

They believe working from home is a crime against collaboration and creativity. Work is done in an office. With humans. They want to ban the ‘new normal’ and get back to the glorious meeting room reality.

 
 
 
 

Five working styles in a post-pandemic world

Five working styles in a post-pandemic world

 
 

Three Years of Progress

How Covid-driven digital change is transforming the way we work and live for the better

Investing in the following three areas could add £236 billion to UK GDP by 2040, according to our latest report with the Centre for Economics and Business Research, bringing huge benefits to everyone who lives and works here in the process:

  1. Hybrid working technologies
  2. More digital services
  3. Better use of data

Want to know how? And what it means for you?

 
 
 
 
 
 

Talk to an expert now

No pushy sales stuff, honest. Just a whole lot of knowledge and advice from our specialist hybrid working technology team.

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Contact one of our hybrid working experts now.

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