Most HR leaders and company executives have been poring over industry-wide research about new work models for nearly three years now. Many of the employee-based surveys share similar findings to a recent Gallup survey of more than 8,000 remote-capable employees. In this survey, 71 percent responded that hybrid work improved their work-life balance, with 58 percent responding they experienced less burnout and fatigue. The Gallup research also pointed to some of the challenges of hybrid work, including impaired collaboration and relationships.

Industry research is a great tool in analyzing broader trends by vertical markets and other key demographics – especially when combined with feedback from our own team members. While research shows the “future” of work is here, our teams have shared how their workplace expectations are changing too. To keep up with employee expectations is a strategic business imperative and, for many organizations, starts with creating open door environments in which all team members can freely voice their ideas, regardless of where their workplaces may be.

It’s about time and technology 

According to the Appspace 2022 Digital Workplace Trends and Insights Report, employee expectations are outpacing organizational standards. With this in mind, employers must be strategic in how they communicate with employees, realizing that company transparency is key to employee engagement. 

While providing less information isn’t always necessarily a better approach, employees usually appreciate conciseness and clarity when it comes to receiving company information. Many large and burgeoning companies outgrow the traditional approaches of connecting and informing teams. Digital tools help in these scenarios, delivering the right information in the most appropriate way. 

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