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HR for Hybrid Working

How to Adapt People Practices to Support Employees and the Organization

Use this practical guide to develop HR policies and activities for hybrid working which support business and employee development across office and remote locations.
EAN: 9781398605725
Edition: 1
Published:
Format: 234x156
256 pages

About the book

Many employees are looking for a mix of remote and office working. How can HR professionals adapt policies and practices to ensure hybrid working is effective for the workforce and the business?

Hybrid HR
covers everything that people professionals need to succeed in a hybrid working model and manage the transition to this new way of working. It shows why and how contractual documents, policies, pay and reward terms need to change, how to manage changing employee expectations and how to assess and communicate to staff what work can be done partially remotely and manage the impact on company culture. There is also insight on how to adapt learning and development (L&D) and wellbeing activities to ensure they support employee development.

Alongside expert guidance on how to assess what technology solutions are right for the business, Hybrid HR explains how to manage inductions and exits from the organization when the location of employees is changeable. Packed full of advice, examples and case studies, this book also provides a dedicated section on the new skills needed by HR professionals as organizational roles, structures and processes change in a hybrid working model.

About the authors

Gary Cookson is a is the Founder and Director of EPIC, a consultancy where he helps clients to improve workplace performance. Based in Cheshire, UK, he has more than 20 years' experience in both strategic and operational HR, Learning and Development (L&D) and Organization Development (OD) roles in the public, private and voluntary sectors. He is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development), a Fellow of the LPI (Learning and Performance Institute) and a qualified coach.