Working Hybrid

A majority of employers will switch to hybrid work schedules this year. The pivot to hybrid requires rethinking work habits to avoid stress, be productive, and benefit from time in the office. Below are tips and resources for making hybrid work better

Adjust - allow time for moving between meetings and networking with co-workers; try new ways of getting work done.

Attitude - keep a positive attitude and focus on good things that can happen in the workplace.  

Budget - allow additional time in your schedule for commuting to work, packing lunches, and unexpected problems.

Breaks - take occasional breaks to get up from your desk and practice mindfulness.

Chores - calendar household chores for days when you don't need to be in the office. 

Collaborate - make appointments for face-to-face meetings to facilitate collaboration; allow time for break periods between meetings

Exercise - walk around the office and schedule walking meetings with co-workers.

Socialize - get social by taking coffee breaks or meals with co-workers on days when in the office.

Workdays - schedule time in-office on mid-week when co-wokers are present and available for collaborating. 


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Helping Hybrid Workers

Mindfulness at the Office

Making Hybrid Work Less Painful


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Transitioning to Hybrid


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