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How to Measure the Success of Your Hybrid Work Model

TASA ID: 22108

With 74% of US companies transitioning to a permanent hybrid work model, leaders are turning their attention to measuring the success of their hybrid work model. That’s because there’s a single traditional office-centric model of M-F 9-5 in the office, but many ways to do hybrid work. Moreover, what works well for one company’s culture and working style may not work well elsewhere, even within the same industry. So how should a leader evaluate whether the model they adopted is optimal for their company’s needs, or whether it needs refinement?

Why One-Size-Fits-All RTO Fails

TASA ID: 22108

Many organizations adopt a broad-brush approach to hybrid work that fails to differentiate between various departments and roles. For example, Comcast told every employee to come to the office every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and work remotely Monday and Friday. Apple asked all of its employees to come in on Tuesday, Thursday, and one more day that each department gets to pick.

Such indiscriminate treatment generally indicates the leadership of a company did not adopt hybrid work willingly. Instead, their hand was forced by employees threatening to leave without at least some flexibility. Indeed, both Apple and Comcast employees explicitly threatened to quit over the heavy-handed return-to-office plans, and some did so: for instance, the head of Apple’s AI team resigned due to Apple’s lack of flexibility.

5 Keys to Managing a Reshuffled Hybrid Team After Layoffs

TASA ID: 22108

As a manager, leading a reshuffled hybrid team after layoffs can be a challenging task. The team dynamic has changed, and employees may be feeling uncertain, anxious or even resentful about the changes. This can affect their motivation and productivity, which can lead to decreased morale, lower job satisfaction and eventually, high turnover. It can be even more difficult when the layoffs happened in a less-than-empathetic manner, such as many prominent tech companies - Google, Twitter, Amazon, Meta, and others - recently laying off their employees by email.

But with the right approach, managers can navigate this difficult situation and keep their teams motivated and productive. As an expert in hybrid workforce strategy, I helped team managers navigate through this stressful period, so as to minimize the natural decline of productivity, morale, and engagement that accompanies any layoff and team reshuffling.

The Role of a Plastic Surgery Expert in Medical Malpractice Cases

TASA ID: 11869

When it comes to medicine, patients trust their physician to improve their health and enhance their appearance. Unfortunately, things can go wrong in some unfortunate cases, thus leading to possible medical malpractice. It is important to recognize that a complication in-and-of-itself is not medical malpractice. 

Even under the best of practices and circumstances, complications can become apparent.  Often times, a plastic surgery expert can provide input as to assessing the Standard of Care and identifying possible negligence or errors. 

ELDERLY SLIPS AND FALLS GUIDE

Not a TASA-referred expert. Published with permission from Brown & Crouppen Law Firm

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Elderly fall victims are susceptible to a wide range of debilitating injuries, including brain injuries and fractured hips, wrists, knees, and other broken bones. Sadly, many elderly fall victims don’t survive their injuries. Nationwide, 34,000 fatal falls among the elderly were recorded in 2019.

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