Creating an equitable hybrid work experience

THE workplace has seen incredible change in recent years, and the growth of hybrid work models, which combine in-person and remote work arrangements, is one of the most apparent shifts.

Hybrid meetings serve as the basis for the hybrid work paradigm, allowing team members to collaborate and communicate regardless of their physical location. However, to organise efficient hybrid meetings, businesses must invest in strong technological infrastructure – it is vital that everyone can see and hear each other – train employees in virtual communication protocols, and establish inclusive procedures that guarantee all perspectives are heard.

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