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Hybrid Work Carbon Offset

Carbon Footprint & the Future of Work

Countless advantages have emerged for employers, employees and for society but the last of these hasn’t received enough discussion. Let’s look at the impact on society, starting with the positive impact of Hybrid work on climate change and carbon footprint.

Hybrid Work Generation Gap

A Gap Analysis of another kind.

Despite the generational disconnect on remote and hybrid work it is here to stay. Gen X and Gen Z can speak to each other or just at each other

Integration or Balance?

There will be those rare times when work pressures conspire to overlap with inappropriate behavior in remote or hybrid work settings. On the other hand, lack of understanding by some supervisors turns work-life integration into encroachment. As a result, the baby gets thrown out with the bathwater.

Outlook India – 20.Jun.2022

As debates and ideas continue floating around about building hybrid workplaces, we sat down with a leading news outlet, Outlook, to add our expertise to the conversation and focused on not just building effective hybrid workplaces but maintaining them in the longer run.

Our Thoughts On ‘The New Normal’ covered by The India Saga

The conversation about the ‘new normal’ is gaining momentum each day. It is now being dubbed the ‘new struggle’ and rightly so. We have been adding our thoughts to this movement for over a year now. Leading online news outlet captures some of our ideas and statements in their latest piece about this agenda.

Necessity = Invention

Necessity is the mother of invention – a proverb which can be traced back to the dialogue ‘Republic’ where Plato wrote “our need will be the real creator.” Some ‘necessities’ take longer to reach mass consciousness.

The Gen/remotion/al Gap

With a paradigm shift from conventional working methods to a ‘new normal’ where work now is looked at with a more flexible and blended approach, a generational gap in thought processes is more than evident. We imagine a conversation between a father and his son where they talk about their professional life and what it was and is about.