[HRCap White Paper] Building a Forever Hybrid Workforce

5 Proven Strategies for Building and Retaining a Sustainable Workplace to Win the War for Talent


Written by HRCap, Inc.

December 15, 2021 (Edited Jan 19, 2022)


COVID-19 has initiated a monumental shift in the way people work and the way in which businesses operate. This change has established itself as a new normal in business operations. Employees have become more outspoken about their preference, in regards to work modalities, and in turn, businesses have also become more agile in addressing employees’ needs.


In this White Paper, we offer 5 talent management strategies for businesses to adopt for the forever hybrid workforce. Our strategies range from building and evaluating a sustainable hybrid workplace to tackling the Great Resignation and recruiting in the new normal.

With our deep expertise partnering directly with global clients and candidates across various industries, we provide leading insights and vision on the future of work along with recommendations on how businesses can successfully implement the forever hybrid work modality that will allow them to win the war for talent. For organizations looking to not only survive but thrive in these evolving times, adaptation of the 5 strategies we offer will give organizations a competitive edge.


[UPDATE!] You can now download the PDF copy of the December 2021 White Paper here: https://forms.gle/xniqM2K6Ldnt7M3b6



Source: Accenture, ADP Research Institute, Bankrate, Barclays, Computer Weekly, Deloitte, Edelman, Flaticon, FlexJobs, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, JLL Technologies, Know Your Team, KPMG, LinkedIn, Mercer, Pew Research, Pixabay, PwC, Robert Half, Slack, Unsplash, Workplace Intelligence, and HRCap, Inc.

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