Facing #HybridWork, a “new normal” challenge


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“There’s no going back to the way the work environment it was before”  

Many surveys conducted last year and this year, show that people want to work remotely at least a few days a week, 86% of employees, and 74% of companies in UK now are planning on maintaining the increase in #HybridWorking, as it shows a Regus company report.   

In US 55%of employees want a mixture of home and office working.    

“We try to use home working days less for video sessions and more for the tasks that require concentration. A task that may take several hours in the office may be completed in just an hour or two at home,” the source BBC, in the article Why the future of work might be ‘hybrid’ – BBC Worklife  

“Remote work has been proven to save millions of dollars for enterprises and employees are more productive when working from home”, it says in a UiPath article, which highlights the role that automation, RPA solutions have, in overcoming the most important barriers that a company has in the remote work or hybrid work implementation strategy.     

And these obstacles are legacy system and operations system, and the implementation of “Automation technologies like Robotic Process Automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) have a unique capacity to bridge the gap between short-term workforce changes and longer-term modern solutions“ .   

You can find in this webinar how the UiPath Platform helps to pivot to remote work in the “new normal”.  

From my own experience, I also believe that through a good organization, #HybridWork can be the beneficial combination between professional life and extra-professional, personal, family life, with a good yield for people and companies.   

Thus, hybrid work can have a beneficial impact on the economy, social and environment, and I will narrate this in a future article.  

#HybridWork #RemoteWork #ModernSolutions 

*This article was previously posted on LinkedIn, on August 2021

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