Activity: Talks and presentations › Guest lectures, external teaching and course activities at other universities
Through the COVID-19 pandemic, many workplaces have gained good experience with the use of teleworking and it is expected that workplaces will in future offer more flexibility and the possibility of hybrid-remote working.
Hybrid and telework present both managers and employees with new working methods, processes and forms of management, which can affect well-being. But where it is relatively easy to find recommendations for good distance management with a focus on employee well-being, it is more difficult to find knowledge about distance managers and how they experience hybrid-remote work.
This seminar focuses on experiences with working from home and employees’ and managers’ well-being, provides some benchmarks for the development of distance management, and considerations in relation to how distance work in the future is related to the workplace's strategy. Hybrid-remote work is more than geography and about where work is conducted, it is a change in how we plan and organize work that can affect both performance and wellbeing.