ABRADISTI: If the future of work is hybrid, it should be regulated

Brazilian Information Technology Distribution Association (Abradisti)

Mariano Gordinho, President



The pandemic brought lessons on new dynamics between life, work and technology, but is necessary to be a balance among them. If in 2020 we saw companies being forced to adapt to the remote working model, we stepped into 2021 with companies taking decisive steps towards a more digital organizational culture.

That may not be a reality for all, but it’s a fact that the hybrid model in which employees work remotely for a few days and on-site on others, has come to stay. Past the learning stage, companies now face the challenge of enhancing their technology infrastructure and equipment to facilitate the online working.

“Lawmakers face the challenge of equalizing work legislation topics with the LGPD.”

Meanwhile, employees are looking for ways to manage work, emotional health, family, and free time at home. IT and HR have the mission of adjusting these new demands of a disrupting culture.

We can soon expect a boom of productivity remote management technologies. To address the future in which monitoring is a reality, along with employees’ health concerns, lawmakers face the challenge of equalizing work legislation topics with the General Data Protection Law (LGPD), among others.

If the future of work is hybrid, it should be regulated so that companies and employees take the most advantage of such modality, and both sides enjoy the benefits of technological evolution.

Source: Eletrolar News Magazine #141

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