Challenges for employees seeking career progression in a remote working environment are:
The fewer days in the office, the less they may be seen by leaders and people with influence, and the more difficult it may be to build important relationships. Consequently, employees may be overlooked for important meetings and assignments.
At the same time, leaders also have the difficulty of recognising and celebrating the achievements of employees who are working remotely.
To address these challenges, organisations must bridge the gap and provide growth opportunities for hybrid workers by providing opportunities to develop skills, career development programmes and experiences to help with the connection to organisation culture.
Many employees now enjoy a freedom and autonomy in their hybrid workplace, and they expect this with their future work experience. While hybrid workers enjoy this flexibility, they must embrace the opportunities to demonstrate their own value to their organisation.
This is a new challenge for new hires and existing employees.
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