The way we work in offices has fundamentally changed – hybrid work and working from home are the new normal.
This type of work environment gives employees increased flexibility and comfort, and saves them the trouble of commuting. And, let’s face it, we all enjoy the opportunity to work from the comfort of our sofa in pyjamas every now and then.
But the hybrid/work-from-home model also has its downsides. It can, for example, limit colleague interactions to Zoom, Teams or Google Meet links. Socialising face to face at work has many proven benefits. Here are some examples:
So how do we maintain the flexibility of the hybrid working model while at the same time ensuring that our employees can build in-person relationships?
We introduced a fun and effective solution at ISP Group: organising a range of social gatherings as often as possible! We’ve organised barbecues, met for after-work drinks, visited our offices around the globe, and even had a Eurovision Song Contest party. Mission accomplished!
Here are some of the highlights of ISP Group’s social gatherings from the last months:
Denis Hoppe, Alain Brunschwiler, Laureen Ligozat a typical ISP Group BBQ.
Cheers! We always offer a variety of snacks and drinks, such as Aperol Spritz.
Fabio Oertle, Julia Hauser and Florind Bojku enjoying the barbecue.
Our grill master, Shefquet!
We love food at ISP Group!
The ISP Group local team event in Hong Kong with Roy Tal, Mayce Tam, Reza Rezaeian, Yoav Katz and Cherie Lai.
The team also visited a spa for a little TLC!
Our Eurovision Song Contest party earlier this year.
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