Hybrid Work Policies
Set hybrid work policies, create schedules, measure, and improve your workplace
Streamline the hybrid work scheduling process via a hybrid work policies system
You can create advanced schedules by setting up the right days required to be in the office for your team or organization. Once set, you can decide if you want to make strict or loose hybrid working policies that will instruct how the system should nudge people to reserve desks and come to the office.
By relying on purpose-built hybrid work software, you can take the burden of managing hybrid schedules off your shoulders.
Understand how people are adopting hybrid work
There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to hybrid work. Every organization is unique, so every organization may quickly end up with a different hybrid office policy. The best way to craft yours is by measuring how people use space, then iterating and perfecting it.
Track how your workplace is evolving and how your organization is adopting the hybrid work model.
How are teams and employees doing against the policy? Who complies, and who is not? Does the policy need to change or adapt to better accommodate your company and employee needs?
Employee Reminders and Notifications
Everyone gets reminders that help follow the guidelines and meet the requirements through pop-up notifications both in the web portal and mobile app.
Presence tracking and office check-ins
Understanding how people work is key in order to craft hybrid work policies that will be well-perceived and adopted. With presence tracking, you gain very deep insights and understand how and if people follow the hybrid work model policy. Therefore develop plans to adjust and improve them. You can automate office check-ins as well as manual check-ins.
Fully Customizable Hybrid Work Policies
Your Support team needs to be in the office 2 days a week, your Marketing team needs to only be there 4 days a month, while employee x from accounting needs to be there 4 days/week? No problem. You can specify exactly how many times per week or month they need to be in the office. You can specify just the number of days (any day is fine) or which specific days (Tuesday and Thursday for example) are required.