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Improving Employee Retention in a Hybrid Work Landscape

Improving Employee Retention in a Hybrid Work Landscape
Remote working is here to stay and organizations are working to adjust their ways of operations in the new environment. This forced change has made many organizations and employees realize that remote working is an effective and efficient option for them.

Remote working is here to stay and organizations are working to adjust their ways of operations in the new environment. This forced change has made many organizations and employees realize that remote working is an effective and efficient option for them.

Now as things ease, employees are looking to continue working remotely and opt for positions that offer this option.

 Retaining employees in a Hybrid Work Landscape

Many organizations are working in hybrid work landscapes that involve working remotely with some in-office hours. This model helps both the organization and employees and the parameters may vary across organizations and roles.

 Because of the pandemic, many employees have been facing burnout, leading to an increase in the number of resignations. Retaining employees in a hybrid model can be challenging, especially when many employees may not want to work from the office at all. Here are some tips to help organizations retain employees in a hybrid work landscape.

 1. Fair compensation

Fair and competitive compensation is the best way to retain and reward loyal employees. No matter how many other benefits you offer to your employees, fair compensation is what keeps them motivated and loyal. Your employees know how the company is doing and it can be highly demotivating if you don’t reward them with good salaries when the company is growing because of them. It is best to have regular reviews of the salaries of existing employees and maintain them as per industry standards.

 2. IT Support for employees

With ever-changing workplace technology, it can be difficult for employees to keep up and work efficiently. Hybrid and remote working requires employees to use various technologies and tools and they may need constant IT support to effectively use different platforms. Set up a channel for communication between the IT department and employees for training on new technologies and tools and quick support.

 3. Seamless remote working experience

Glitches or issues with daily operation systems can be highly frustrating for employees and create a negative employee experience. It can also, ultimately, be a reason for your employees to resign. Review your operating systems and adopt cloud-based platforms that support seamless remote working for maximum efficiency and productivity. 

4. Career advancement and educational opportunities

Your employees don’t only stay for the growth of the organization but for their personal growth as well. They work to gain skills to advance their careers and want to work with organizations that help them grow personally as well. When an organization invests in the professional growth of employees, it makes the employees feel valued and appreciated. It also helps the organization grow as its employees learn new and advanced skills that can be used to deliver efficient work.

Offer educational and career advancement opportunities to your employees and grow as they grow.

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Rajesh Tamada

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