A Simple Guide to Building a Hybrid Work Environment To Boost Employee Productivity

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While the freelancers had been enjoying them for years, the world at large got to know the perks of working from home during the pandemic.

The freedom to work in PJs, without suffering the constant distractions that a typical workplace usually has, and finally having the ability to ditch the long commutes that make you question if all of this is worth it — those were just some of the many incredible benefits of remote working we got introduced to in 2020.

The Origins of the Hybrid Work Model

People responded to the newfound freedom and flexibility of remote work so well that when they were asked to return to offices, it triggered a massive resignation movement across the developed world. Countries like the UK and France were hit too and C-Suites around the world had to sit with their teams to figure out how to retain employees by giving them what they want while also ensuring they remain their most productive while on the job.

The hybrid work model was developed as an answer to this dilemma.

It combines the best of both worlds. It gives employees the flexibility of creating a much healthier work-life balance and employers the ability to make their start performers stick with the team.

60+ Companies that Support the Hybrid Work Model

The hybrid work model has proven to be such a success that it’s now implemented in more than 60 successful corporations from around the world. Including Amazon, Ford, DoorDash, and Intel. Here’s the complete list.

  1. Microsoft
  2. Autodesk
  3. Spotify
  4. Cisco
  5. American Express
  6. SalesForce
  7. Slack
  8. Grammarly
  9. Zoom
  10. Buffer
  11. Unilever
  12. Gravity Payments
  13. Reddit
  14. Airbnb
  15. Google
  16. Canva
  17. Adobe
  18. Hubspot
  19. Citi Group
  20. Amazon
  21. Target
  22. Meta
  23. Allstate
  24. Hachette Book Group
  25. Coleman Research
  26. Wilton Brands
  27. Brighthouse Financial
  28. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
  29. Opendoor
  30. 3M
  31. Atlassian
  32. Coinbase
  33. Lyft
  34. SAP
  35. Vista
  36. Deutsche Bank
  37. Apple
  38. Tata Consultancy Services
  39. Intel
  40. Ford
  41. LinkedIn
  42. Appian
  43. HSBC
  44. Dropbox
  45. Boston Scientific
  46. Citizens Bank
  47. Nvidia
  48. Zapier
  49. Coty
  50. Creative Financial Staffing
  51. Crunchyroll
  52. Datadog
  53. DoorDash
  54. Elevance Health
  55. Fluence Energy
  56. Kaplan
  57. Klarna
  58. Lee Hecht Harrison
  59. Lincoln Financial Group
  60. New York Life
  61. Outreach.io
  62. Quince
  63. Randstad
  64. Robert Half International
  65. Vaco

These companies, belonging to a range of distinct industries — retail to automotive and food delivery to technology and beyond— are a prominent example of the hybrid work can be successful in a wide range of economic sectors.

Successful to the point that it leaves all traditional workforce models behind in terms of productivity, employee retention, and employee satisfaction scores.

Yet, it’s not a universal solution to all workforce challenges. Teams who work mostly on computers are its main beneficiaries. Industries where the workforce is required to be more hands-on, such as healthcare and manufacturing, may not be able to benefit from hybrid work environments that well.

If you are thinking of implementing a hybrid work model and are wondering about the best way to do it, here is a helpful infographic to move you along.

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About The Author

Kelvin Stiles is a tech enthusiast and works as a marketing consultant at SurveyCrest – FREE online survey software and publishing tools for academic and business use. He is also an avid blogger and a comic book fanatic.