How to build a thriving work culture for hybrid event teams
Three quarters of millennial and Gen Z workers would quit if asked to go into the office 5 days a week.
Hybrid working hit the news again recently, when Chancellor Jeremy Hunt suggested that the 'default' location for workers should be in the office full-time. Yet, many firms are still approaching the idea of a full-time office mandate with caution - as a recent Deloitte survey found that around three quarters of millennial and Gen Z workers would consider finding a new role if they were asked to go into the office 5 days a week.
As an event professional, finding time to get into the office is harder than ever before. Site visits, long haul events and working from home all contribute to lack of time together as a team. Yet, for many agencies and corporates, hybrid working is still preferred to in-office full time.
Nevertheless, there's no doubt that without making an effort to cultivate a thriving work culture for everyone, the hybrid model risks event professionals becoming disengaged and disconnected. In light of this, Togather has rounded up the best ways to revitalise your workplace culture and make the most of those all-important office days.