Poly, a global communications company that powers meaningful human connection and collaboration, today revealed the top trends that will shape the future of work for 2022 and beyond.
Ankur Goel, Managing Director for Poly India & SAARC said, “We have come a long way in the last two years. The stigma attached to remote working and remote workers has changed drastically during the pandemic and proved that most work could be done effectively remotely. As a result, organizations realize that their employees can be productive no matter their work location, provided they have the right collaboration tools”.
He added, “Hybrid working is now going to be the norm in India. In fact, it’s reported that hybrid is the preferred working arrangement amongst employees. To ensure that the hybrid working model is successful, companies should invest time in mapping out hybrid work strategies. Furthermore, they should ensure that they deliver an equal meeting experience to the growing anywhere workforce so that no one feels the inferiority of working remotely”.
According to Nasscom’s ‘Return to Workplace Survey, ’ 70% of tech organizations in India are looking at a hybrid work model. For hybrid working to succeed truly, organizations must have the proper framework, insights, technology, and workspace investments in place to ensure they match the dynamic work styles of an increasingly distributed workforce.