Last month I visited the (virtual) Digital Workspace Mexico Phone Number Event of Frankwatching, with keynotes from James Robertson about the Digital Employee Experience (DEX) and Isabel de Clerq about hybrid working. Due to the tightened corona measures, these topics are now extra topical and important, especially because many organizations make wrong (or no!) choices Mexico Phone Number in this regard. In this article I discuss 5 pitfalls of hybrid working and explain how the Digital Employee Experience can help you avoid them. 1. Freedom happiness Hybrid working will remain, we all agree on that. We have clearly not yet got rid of the periodic (urgent or not) work from home advice.

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But more importantly, we no longer want to give up Mexico Phone Number the benefits of working from home. Many organizations are therefore looking for an effective design for hybrid working. The approach is often, consciously or unconsciously. Let everyone Mexico Phone Number do what feels right for him or her individually. That sounds very people-oriented, but it has unintended – and harmful – consequences. Because if you let everyone make their own choice, seniors will stay at home. They know what to do, have a good workplace and internet connection at home, and find it wonderfully quiet. Juniors, on the other hand, are all in the office, because they need input and can’t work well at home, with their noisy roommates or in their small room.

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This is disastrous for cooperation, growth and Mexico Phone Number connection. As research by Killian Wawoe of the VU among more than 7,000 workers during the corona crisis shows: the distraction experienced by the senior in the office is precisely the learning Mexico Phone Number moment for the junior. “It’s not about ‘you’, it’s about ‘we’. Knowledge work is a team sport,” he says. 2. It works fine for me! There is one exception to the above ‘seniority rule’: managers. According to Slack’s recent global Pulse survey , 75% of executives want to return to the office (almost) full-time, compared to just 34% of employees.

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