Weber Shandwick Switched to Permanent Hybrid Model with Its New Office

The Covid-19 pandemic has forever altered how organizations work. Moving its office to Nidakule Levent, Weber Shandwick is reshaping the post-pandemic workplace by adopting a permanent hybrid model that allows employees to split their working week between the office and home. “The pandemic has made a dramatic change in our work, our lives, and how the two come together. We have designed a hybrid model to capture the best of both worlds: Time together to build relationships, learn and create, and flexible, remote time to work in the way that is best for everyone. Hybrid work is key to happiness and well-being of employees and brings higher productivity.” said Seda Yalçın Ulusoy, CEO at Weber Shandwick Turkey.