In this article, the writer discusses how the pandemic, COVID-19, has changed the way offices and organizations transitioned their staff to work remotely.

As a result of this pandemic, many jobs and employees wondered if returning to the office would be in the books for them, fortunately, a lot of companies have allowed their employees to return to office work, while others still continue to work remotely or in a hybrid model.

While remote work and hybrid work allows employees some flexibility, there are a few challenges that arise from this.

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One challenge that can arise from remote work is managing your scattered team.

Hybrid work means you work from home and go into the office.

While employees’ schedules are different, it is rather difficult for an employer to manage who comes into the office, who is at home, types of meetings, when meetings can occur, traveling from home to the office, and vice versa.

While companies are still trying to accommodate hybrid, remote and in-person work, lawyer Robert McKenna III found a way for his associates to work in a hybrid model, without a decrease in production.

By being able to adjust to working at home, Robert L McKenna III also saw the importance it was for his associates to come into the office, as their home life wasn’t adequate enough to work an eight-hour day.

McKenna has worked closely with his team to figure out what schedule works best for them.

Together, they have developed a plan where experienced administrative staff would choose which two days they wanted to work in the office.

This has been successful as team bonding, communication, face-to-face interactions, and so on have been developed.

Some key things that Robert McKenna has highlighted to ensure a smooth transition for hybrid work are: providing needed supplies, creating workspaces, setting healthy boundaries, and inventory processes.

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