Many of us worked at home during the pandemic, but as more and more workplaces want their staff back in the office in some capacity – now is the time to ask about hybrid working!
The key word being – flexible!
It’s time to think, has your employer offered any support to transition into hybrid working? Or does your manager want you to return to the office full-time?
If you haven’t already, now is the time to ask about hybrid working.
So, what is hybrid working/work?
Hybrid work is a flexible approach that allows employees to split their time between working in the office and working from home. Hybrid work varies in flexibility, there are different types of hybrid work policies companies are using:
- Employees can choose which day(s) to come into the office
- Location-flexible arrangement
- Employees to combine onsite and offsite work
- Remote work
If you’re wanting to become a hybrid worker or at least start a conversation with your manager here’s how to start.
- First off think about your role and be realistic, do you manage a team that need support? Do you have key face to face meetings in your week schedule? Do you need to be client facing?
- Then be clear about what you’re asking for. Work out what days you want to be in the office and what days you want to work elsewhere.
- Highlight why it will be a positive step for your business and make sure you emphasise how it won’t negatively impact the team or your KPI’s.
- Then plan out the structure of your days, explain how you’ll be contactable and even suggest a trial period.
- Finally, to really seal the deal. Let your manager know how you will continue to contribute to team culture still when working hybrid.
If you company is dead set on not offering you a flexible working environment, do you research on what companies do offer it. Like us!
We are offering a hybrid role with ultimate flexibility, enjoy working from home 2 days a week and in the office 3 days.
Whether you are seeking flexibility, looking to get back into the workforce after maternity leave or an extended period of leave? Have you ever thought about a role in IT recruitment?
We understand that the first few months in a new role can be your most challenging and that’s why we offer training to all our new employees. Let us support you with our experienced team mentorship programme and our training courses.
What benefits can we offer to a new employee, seeking flexibility?
- Training that advances your career
- A monthly Reward Programme celebrating achievements
- Flexibility to support you to balance your lifestyle with your career
- A diverse and inclusive team to be part of, celebrating all cultures and special dates
- Quarterly incentives with team outings at places like Cafe Sydney, or activities like the Harbour Bridge Climb
- Charity Fundraising Days supporting Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea, RSPCA’s Cupcake Day, Pink Ribbon Day, Movemeber and the JP Morgan Run
- Celebrating key events in the diary like International Women’s Day, International Food Day, Diwali and so much more
About the role
We are looking for a Delivery Consultant to join our recruitment team in Sydney or Greater Western Sydney, who has strong communication skills, both written and verbal and who has strong organisational and time management skills. This role will focus on matching tech talent with some of the world’s largest companies and managing key stakeholders whilst supporting our client’s active recruitment. There is no proactive business development required for this role as you will be focused on existing accounts with a consistent flow of new job orders.
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