Flexible Workspaces Help Hybrid Employees Succeed

Employee well-being has always been vital to business success, but now more than ever, it’s become a strategic priority. As workers grapple with the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic, business leaders understand that focusing on helping employees succeed is crucial.
By Ergotron      

Employee well-being has always been vital to business success, but now more than ever, it’s become a strategic priority. As workers grapple with the ongoing uncertainty of the pandemic, business leaders understand that focusing on helping employees succeed is crucial.

The impact of the “Great Resignation” has led to a tight labor market. In response, employers are working hard to meet the needs of their teams so they can attract and retain top talent. Flexibility, work-life balance and a comfortable, ergonomic workspace matter to employees. And whether they remain working from home, commute into the office or move between both in a hybrid work model, ensuring that employees are comfortable and productive is a high priority for leaders at all levels, including CEOs.