Creating a data-driven foundation to your
hybrid workplace strategies
For some employees, an office environment will provide the best space to perform their jobs, and boost their productivity. For others, remote working is a far better match. The difficult part is working out which employees are best suited where, and having real evidence to prove this. This is where Leesman comes in.
Our Hybrid Workstyle Assessment informs these decisions with data modelling, based on more than 220,000+ employee responses. For organisations with large numbers of employees yet to return to offices, this assessment can be based on the role activity information gathered using the Leesman Home tool alone.
Where on the hybrid scale do your employees sit?
Employees exhibit a ‘leaning’ towards one end of the spectrum or the other.
Those balanced in the centre are the truly hybrid employees.
How it works
Employees tell us what activities they undertake in their role and the space they have available at home. The model then filters employees based on a series of variables known to directly impact key performance outcomes, dividing those employees into one of five personas.
Employees can be asked optional additional questions, for example on their mode of travel to the office or the number of days they would prefer to be office based, making it possible to further analyse the needs and preferences of each persona group.
Journey to work
Return to office preference
Understand where your employees need
to be, where they want to be and the
difference between the two
Appraise capacity planning
Adapt the design of your workplaces
based on post-pandemic
Forecast future spatial needs
Comparisons can be made at any level: regional, building, departmental, floor etc. Allowing detailed individual assessments to be made of each workplace.