A hybrid approach where everyone wins
"I appreciate the thoughtfulness that went into the hybrid plan for my group, and that my input was considered. Our new plan is a better fit for our team and the work we do. I also have a better understanding of why our time together as a team is important."
Managers & Directors
"The Balanced Hybrid planning framework gave us visibility to how our team members truly viewed the in-office experience and provided recommendations on what to adjust. We now have a plan that our associates had a voice in, and our senior executives are on board with."
"Balanced Hybrid has increased our space utilization and given us clarity as to how much space we actually need, both now and into the future. This has allowed us to right size our spending and plan more accurately. "
"People are the key. It's all about the people"
John P. Imlay, Jr.
The first purpose-driven, universal solution for hybrid work models to bring teams together in an intentional, consistent and meaningful way based on four fundamental principles.
Does "one-size-fit-all" for hybrid?
In most cases, no.
Our findings show that over 90% of associates prefer a hybrid plan that aligns to the unique needs of their department or team versus a broadly implemented a "one-size-fits-all" approach across the organization.
Balanced Hybrid™ makes it easy to tailor a hybrid work plan to the unique needs of your various departments, aligning with associate sentiment while still addressing the underlying objectives of your RTO policy.
Associate Preference for Determining In-Office Workdays
Same for everyone in organization
Based on needs of dept. or team
who view the level of mandated in-office workdays as unnecessary, or perceive the in-office experience as not worth the commute, report lower engagement.
Balanced Hybrid™ helps leaders avoid or repair associate disengagement while addressing the underlying reasons driving an RTO mandate decision.
The benefits of optimizing hybrid
Optimizing your hybrid work strategy can generate cost savings and give you a competitive advantage. Not doing so can cost your organization, division, or department, money, talent, momentum, and growth.
Reduce attrition of
new hires & top performers
Balanced Hybrid™ reduces attrition by designing a hybrid work environment where your new hires can onboard, engage and learn, and where your top talent is not driven away by office-return mandates they view excessive.
88% of college seniors expressed a desire to meet co-workers in person, collaborate face-to-face and build relationships in a workplace setting.
iCIMS survey of college seniors
Rightsize your office space and improve decision making
Balanced Hybrid™ results in a highly predictable use of office space. This enables you to make better office space decisions, sooner; saving money and providing a foundation to hyper-optimize your use of space.
Balanced Hybrid™ can typically identify real estate cost savings of 20% or more without negatively impacting culture, collaboration or onboarding.
Increase productivity, agility, morale, and momentum
A hybrid approach with either too little or too much structure can negatively impact productivity, morale, and momentum. Balanced Hybrid finds a middle ground approach tailored to the unique aspects of your organization.
RTO mandates can increase the disengagement level in over 53% of associates, including 10% of associates who are more likely to quit.
Gallup 2022 associate engagement survey
People & Workplace Solutions
Optimize your hybrid work strategy to capture cost saving, find a middle ground with associates, and gain a competitive advantage.
Not optimizing a hybrid strategy can cost your organization, division, or department money, momentum, and growth.
Leave Your Mark
Be the catalyst for unlocking positive change in your organization and for your associates by optimizing your current approach to hybrid work.
CEO's / Business Area Leaders
As a CEO or business area leader, you no longer need to choose between an ultra-flexible approach that is hurting business results and an overly mandated approach that can damage morale and motivation.
Having too much or too little office space will cost your organization money? Predict and optimize your use of office space while reducing rehiring costs and productivity loss due to unplanned attrition.
The time is now for HR leaders to lead the conversation on how an effective model can be a strategic asset for the business. We can help you make sure you don't miss this opportunity for impact.
CRE & Facilities Leaders
As a CRE or Facilities leader, you have created collaborative and inviting spaces. Take the next step to introduce a planning model that area leaders will welcome, while improving predictability and space utilization.