Unless a new virus variant throws a spanner in Telemarketing List the works, of course. In other words: from March to September we can fully experiment with and get used to all kinds of new forms of working and collaboration that we have recently come Telemarketing List up with under the heading of 'hybrid working'. Amazing, fascinating and exciting at the same time. Because none of us have real experience with this. And none of them — I'm going to Telemarketing List tell you — do we have Columbus' egg in this area.
Also read: The 4-day working week for a Telemarketing List full-time fee: attractive or nonsense? The core of hybrid working I would like to list a few key Telemarketing List points of what hybrid working is all about. Strictly speaking, we now have 3 options: We're going all the way back to the office . That is by far the easiest. Of course we will have to get used to Telemarketing List how it used to be, but we all have the most experience with this.
That will work. But I have already written Telemarketing List that this is not desirable for the vast majority of organizations. Moreover, a mass return also produces a culture shock: the office has changed, colleagues have changed, and we ourselves Telemarketing List have changed. We are going to work completely remotely , or fully remote . That's harder Telemarketing List than back to the office, but still workable. After all, we have (largely) partly done it in the past two years.