Hybrid work: contours of work organisation patterns post the Covid-19 pandemic are starting to take shape

Through Nathalie Tran. Published on 17 November 2021 à 12h10 - Update on 04 November 2022 à 12h38

Between 2 and 5 days of teleworking per week. While the health crisis has spurred the implementation of telework and led to new work organisation agreements being signed in 2021, and particularly in France, it has also broken down barriers and opened the door to innovation. Some companies have gone well beyond the introduction of 2 to 3 days of telework per week. For instance, PSA’s ‘New Era of Agility’ is a teleworking agreement amendment that allows staff to work remotely for between 5 and 15 days per month. Across the Atlantic, US group Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is moving towards full-time telework while adapting to the legal frameworks operating in the countries in which its subsidiaries have a presence. Thus at HPE Germany, for example, the agreement negotiated in the spring of 2021 puts a hybrid model in place whereby staff,…

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