As we all know, the world has altered dramatically since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the corporate world it has caused issues and forced companies adopt work from home rules. While businesses struggle to become fully operational, the concept of a "hybrid workplace" has provided a light for dealing with the problem. Remote and in-office work are mixed in Hybrid workplace model. Hybrid model allows individuals to structure work around their lifestyle rather than around desks in a physical office environment. Employee productivity is balanced with less stress and transportation in Hybrid workplaces. Employees must complete their tasks and reach their particular goals regardless of the option they choose. A hybrid workplace, when done right, allows employees to be more productive while also encouraging employee engagement.
Because employees will never stop learning and gaining new skills as their tasks constantly redefine themselves as a result of working alongside ever-evolving technology, the hybrid workforce must be adaptable. Instead of asking, "What am I meant to do?" an HR professional should start asking, "Which problems can I solve with my skills?" if they want to future-proof their job - since today's playbook is continually being rewritten. As the quick rate of technological innovation continues to develop, HR needs to become an adaptable and technologically advanced feature. It must be able to change with the changing world around it in order to serve people throughout their whole career. In light of these particular situations, HR needs to be as wide in its knowledge base as feasible while being as particular in its execution. Finally, HR is no longer a business department that can exist without having a significant impact on the bottom line; its job has expanded to handle a variety of business issues.
Automation, robots, and artificial intelligence (AI) can take on labour-intensive tasks, allowing HR teams to focus on projects that add value to the organization and improve employees' working lives. Even while HR wants organizations to digitize certain processes, believe me human interaction cannot be substituted by a machine or robot. HR will evolve, but it will revert to its previous form, with employee involvement and management at its core. HR appears to be coming full circle, thanks to the hybrid workplace, as technology aids HR staff in focusing on high-value tasks.