Originally published August 10, 2022 | By John Hackston
The people have spoken, and they want a hybrid work environment. In this article, The Myers Brigg Company shares the findings of a study it conducted which analyzed remote, hybrid, and onsite work models and how it affects managerial support and intention to leave. It predicted employees were more likely to look for a new job if they were spending more time in the office than they wanted. So how can organizations sustain employee retention and satisfaction with this new work model?
According to John Hackston, there are a few things managers and organizations should keep in mind such as hybrid workers need an effective setup at home and the office; they need to feel supported by their managers which creates a greater sense of belonging and less stress. It’s also important to keep in mind that some team members may want a hands-on approach while others may prefer a more on-demand manner.
Read the full article in Training Industry.