Almost 77% of organisations offering employees preference to choose work model: Report
Organisations are struggling hard to get the employees back to offices and are experimenting with several benefits to do the same. TeamLease has conducted a survey to find out whether businesses are ready enough to adopt a hybrid work model. Findings state that in a remote work environment performance management is a challenge for 40% of the employees.
TeamLease noted in the official statement that as far as the state of workspaces goes, 36. Challenges other than performance management, in a remote organisation, as noted by the respondents are strategy implementation to motivate, engage, and retain employees (18. The survey also speaks about how organisations are planning to build organisational resilience, business sustainability, and workforce health security by devising new strategies and evolving methodologies.
Onboarding and implementation of new tools is also a top-order priority with organisations with 26. Commenting on the findings, Ajoy Thomas, VP & Business Head for Retail, E-Commerce, Logistics & Transportation (RELT) Vertical at TeamLease said, ““As the economy is slowly opening up and organisations are looking to welcome their employees back, they want to foolproof their workspaces and environment to accommodate the employee preferences in a way that also aligns with business sustainability and growth. To sort out their current challenges such as planning for a hybrid work environment and infrastructure (38.
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