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Hybrid work for 2022: what should companies be aware of?

Hybrid work for 2022: what should companies be aware of?

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Companies must achieve worker engagement and a sense of belonging to the company.

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January 03, 2022 – 09 : 56 p. m.



For this year 2022, one of the main challenges in relation to work will be how adopt the new labor models, which includes the f format hybrid, that has both the component of the presence as that of the virtuality.

According to Andrea Ubilla, Head of People of Uruit, Uruit company, company specialized in development of web applications and mobile solutions, the relationship of the worker with the office was radically modified by the pandemic.

(See: Five keys that they will mark the work hybrid next year).

As of the covid, the way of understanding and relating to work changed. The offices were empty. Some people found that they were more productive and better manage their time working from home, others needed to keep going to the office to be able to work and integrate with their colleagues, and most preferred that intermission of going to the office some days, and others, work remotely. There are many organizations that try to understand and discover how we will face the challenges of the hybrid model ”, said Ubila.

Likewise, the expert highlighted the importance of include within companies innovation, experimentation and adaptation for this hybrid model to be successful, thus understanding the needs of people. In addition to designing new spaces that accompany the function of the office. Designs that enhance objectives.

(See: This must take into account to hire foreigners to telework).

” In Uruit when implementing hybrid work, we found that people prefer to attend offices more frequently for reasons that have nothing to do with work, but basically, with the need to connect with colleagues, generate integration and attend face-to-face training. Due to this, the common spaces became essential and took on a significant importance since they allow to socialize and exchange experiences. That is why our new offices prioritize this type of space with living rooms, bars, etc. ”, added Ubila.

As for the challenges, Ubila mentioned that companies should l ograte the worker’s ‘engagement’ and the sense of belonging to the company.

(See: Google introduced new advances to facilitate work remote).

Stable attrittion should be maintained in the face of an aggressive and competitive global market. Have equal opportunities, both the people who go to the office every day and work physically close to their leaders and the people who are working thousands of kilometers away ”, he concluded.

(See: Why the ‘honeymoon’ with remote work is coming to an end)


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