As organizations consider moving to a hybrid workplace, what are some things they can do to ensure everyone can benefit, including those with neurological differences?
To help business leaders create a holistic plan for shifting to a hybrid office, we asked founders and business professionals this question for their best insights. From giving everyone a voice with an employee suggestions box to encouraging flexible working hours, there are several factors to keep in mind as you move to a hybrid work structure.
Here are 10 diversity and inclusion considerations for moving to a hybrid work model:
When the working world became fully remote, companies were forced to let their employees be flexible in order to balance their family, mental health and professional needs. While hybrid work will allow employees to re-enter the physical workplace, flexibility to take care of those commitments is still something organizations should encourage to keep employees happy and productive.
For example, if they need to leave the office early to pick up the kids from school, let them! Allowing them to hit their goals on their own time while being able to take care of other duties will reduce their stress, keeping them productive and happy.
Ryan McSweeney, Electric IT Support