Adapting to change: Going hybrid and supporting standards

3 years ago, we didn’t think twice about where or how we worked together. It was assumed that almost everyone would be in the office every day, and it’s where we expected work to get done. We enjoyed in-person meetings and the serendipitous hallway encounter that led to a great idea.

Fast forward to today, and things look a lot different. Since 2020, we’ve had a taste of every set up you can imagine. We’ve gone from 99% in-person to 100% remote and are now a fully hybrid set up with people opting where to work that is best for them. We’ve seen people move to other parts of the country, and we’ve tackled the challenge of hiring, onboarding and supporting fully remote employees. We’ve had to adapt and adjust to make this new model work. Was it ideal or expected? For so many reasons, no. Is it worth it? Absolutely.

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