Work, Life: Meet Balanced Work
We’ve created an integrated framework called Balanced Work. In response to the rapidly changing work environment, Balanced Work offers a phased and flexible approach. It knits together key workday factors: location, scheduling, and commuting. You’ll find answers to these top-of-mind questions:
How can we enhance our Work From Home (WFH) strategies now to position ourselves for success in 2021?
What new approaches to scheduling might better synchronize competing work-life demands for different employee groups?
Can we help employees travel safely and reliably to our workplace?
You’ve Come to the Right Place
Public health is improving, and a new era of opportunity awaits. Now you can take what you’ve learned to make your organization even stronger. You’ve likely learned the power of hybrid workweeks and flexible schedules. Use these resources to create a workday best suited to your teams.
Read our growing collection of articles and guides
Download free tools and templates that will make your job easier
Talk with an expert
Connect with leaders at neighboring businesses to compare notes
Meet Balanced Work
We’ve built a downloadable guide to help you navigate the future of work. This short slide deck explains the Balanced Work framework and orients you to more ready-made tools and templates you can use. Share this overview with your colleagues or ask us to give an introductory presentation on Balanced Work to your team.
Connect With an Expert
Things continue to change rapidly, but we’re here to help you maneuver ahead. Let us know what challenges you’re facing, and one of our team members will be in touch with one-on-one support.
What Will the Future of Work Look Like?
What does the future hold for the workday? We surveyed 3,000+ workforce members across the nation in April 2020 to understand the experience of those who were working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Responses yielded key insights about the future of work, including a shared desire for more balance going forward. Take a closer look: