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December 23, 2021

How to define your hybrid work model

In an office-first model, people are expected to be on the clock between 9 am and 5 pm every workday. In a hybrid work model, employees have more flexibility to get work done when they’re most productive. For example, some people work best early in the morning while others do better in the evening. They can also choose to work with teammates on-site or do heads-down work from a remote location.

Designing communications and collaboration solutions for your hybrid work model shouldn’t be difficult, and won’t be if you keep these three principles in mind

1) Flexibility.

2) Business At the Center.

3) Crazy Simple.

Learn more today-How to Define Your Hybrid Work Model

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