Hybrid working case studies

We look at the experiences of three people professionals involved in implementing hybrid working in their organisations, and discuss the challenges, solutions and opportunities ahead

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Don’t underestimate how difficult coming back into the office will be for many people. We’ve seen the physical impact of COVID-19, but I don’t think we’ve seen the start yet of the mental wellbeing impact.

Matt Elliott

Chief People Officer, Bank of Ireland

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It's about being more aware and watching changes in behaviour. A lot of people don't put their cameras on during video meetings, so it's about making sure managers have one-to-ones with staff.

Meera De Sa

Head of HR, NEC Europe

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We've realised virtual networking is impossible. We've tried attending some of the online events but it's nothing like meeting someone over a coffee for a chat.

Alex Ritchie

Co-CEO, GlobalGiving UK

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We had to tread carefully by not just saying: 'Oh, isn't working from home great?', because it has been quite detrimental for some people's mental health. Everybody's situations are different.

Rachel Smith

Co-CEO, GlobalGiving UK

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See what Matt Elliot, Alex Ritchie, Rachel Smith and Meera De Sa have to say about hybrid working by reading their stories:

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