London, UK – March 22, 2022 – Global workspace management software company Cloudbooking, is pleased to share the release of their latest video from their workplace transformation series, ‘Going Hybrid – The Future of Workplace Transformation’.
This video explores hybrid working in public sector organizations and features one of Cloudbooking’s clients, Plymouth City Council, who have fully transitioned to hybrid working with new digital tools and applications.
Like other organisations, Plymouth City Council have experienced uncertainties throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has truly transformed the way we work, paving the way for more flexible working styles and introducing employees to the concept of the hybrid workplace, a model that combines remote work and office time.
The introduction of the flexible hybrid model has been welcomed by many, particularly by employees. Cloudbooking’s ‘Hybrid Workplace: An Employee Census’ (ran in partnership with YouGov) demonstrated that:
• 55% of UK workers want flexibility in where they work, with a mix of office and home working
• 71% of 18- to 24-year-olds agree they would be more likely to return to the office environment if they could pre-book safe, socially distanced workspaces
In Cloudbooking’s latest video, Ann Thorp – Service Manager at Plymouth City, provides a thorough insight into their workplace transition to a hybrid model, detailing the challenges and successes as well as recommendations to improve the hybrid workplace for public sector organisations.
Cloudbooking’s CEO Gerry Brennan issued the following statement, “We are delighted to be supporting Plymouth City Council with their hybrid workplace transformation. It is great to see that our smart workplace tools have enabled a seamless workplace transition and that our data and insights continue to inform Plymouth City Council’s strategic workplace decisions.”
Find out how hybrid working can be implemented in public sector organisations: Watch the video now.