In theory, hybrid working is incredibly empowering for employees as it promises greater flexibility and autonomy. But it’s difficult to get right. In practice, poorly coordinated efforts are causing them to fall short.
What’s worse, those affected often suffer in silence, not raising their concerns, worried about repercussions.
For instance, New York-based finance administrator Stella — a pseudonym WorkLife agreed to — has become wholly demoralized by returning to the office. A toxic combination of poor coordination and miscommunication means that her teammates and colleagues are absent most of the time.
This article was first published on DigiDay’s WorkLife platform in March 2022 – to continue reading please click here.