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Workplace experience managers wear many hats. We’ll go over the ones that are most important in a hybrid work environment and how to lean into these areas of responsibility.
There’s a key to developing a people-centric workplace experience: employee personas. Learn how your workplace team can use personas to tailor your workplace to your people.
The workplace should be a center for people to move their work forward. Here’s how to unblock your people from the stuff that prevents them from churning out their best work.
Envoy’s workplace technology manager Dana Stocking shares his tips on how to set up hot desking to create a more flexible workplace.
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