How to make hybrid working a success in 2022

By Recruitment Manager, Laura Armfield

14 June 2022


In March 2020, when Prime Minister Boris Johnson first issued the work from home mandate people believed that it would last for just a couple of weeks before the majority of people headed back to the office. In reality, the change has had a much longer-lasting impact with many employees were still working from home, at least on a part-time basis. It seems undeniable that the covid pandemic has changed the working landscape, not just in the UK, but the world over.

As recruiters, we see first-hand the impact that this change as had, both for employers and employees. Some employers have welcomed the work-from-home culture by switching to a hybrid model for all staff, others are eager for a return to the office in full. On the employee side, some will only consider a role which can be done remotely, whilst others are desperate to get back to in-person working and events. As Nicola Downing, COO Ricoh Europe said recently in an article for HR News Today “The challenge for employers is that they cannot have a one-size fits all approach…because not every employee has the same wants.” In response to this dilemma, hybrid working is on the rise.



It is clear that a flexible approach and willingness to adapt will serve employers well as they seek to secure the best talent in an incredibly competitive market. Below we have pulled together some great articles containing advice on how to make hybrid working work.


Tips and advice to help make hybrid working a success:


If you’re an employer thinking about taking on a new team member but wondering how to approach it, Twenty2 Recruitment and Consultancy are here to help. For an informal chat and advice on navigating the often tricky world of recruitment, get in touch with Hayley or Laura today. We specialise in professional services recruitment across the East Midlands and Staffordshire and are happy to help your business grow and achieve.


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