Hybrid Workforces: What can we expect next year?

After great progress has been made in the field of digitization in the last two years, these processes are becoming more and more established. The pandemic is no longer such an accelerator and everyone hopes to return to normality. However, many experts are talking about a new normal, as employees and employers have definitely come to appreciate the benefits of the changed way of working. As a result, flexibility and individuality will continue to be a strong factor in the business world. The idea of running a business with only one work model has had its day. Employees are given more responsibility, but pay back with increased satisfaction and good work. 

Hybrid work models are also becoming increasingly common, with employees having the option of working from different locations. This is expected to continue in 2022. The definition of fixed or partially flexible working days for the office or home office with rigid or flexible working hours is the main feature of modern work. In this pandemic situation, acceptance by employers has increased, so that these models are no longer the exception. 

In order to be able to implement flexible work with only roughly defined working hours and different work locations, the appropriate technical equipment is required in addition to the willingness. This can vary greatly depending on the focus of the company's activities and the industry in question. However, the recording of working hours affects everyone in the same way. Even though it is not yet mandatory to record employee working hours, a large number of companies are already using digital solutions to manage their employees. The ISGUS solution can be easily used mobile and supports you in implementing hybrid work in a new normal