How to do Hybrid Right – Key Learnings For Employers So Far

Posted in : Hot topics in Employment and Technology Law with Matheson on 27 September 2022
Tina O'Sullivan
Issues covered: Hybrid Working; Remote Working


Eight months after the introduction of more permanent hybrid working arrangements, Tina O’Sullivan, Senior Associate and Megan O’Connor, Associate in the Employment, Pensions and Benefits Group at Matheson, reflect on some of the key legal and practical challenges arising from this new workplace model and what measures are being taken by employers to address such challenges.

Key Issues

1. Performance Management

The onset of COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses to move to a "work from home" where possible model almost overnight.  As a result, taking a "hands on" or more direct approach to managing employee performance took a backseat for a significant and unexpected

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