The impact of teleworking and other forms of work on corporate culture


According to Luís Rosário, Partner at Immersis, the company “already adopted a hybrid and flexible work regime before the pandemic, which proved to be important, as it ended up being better prepared for the changes that have taken place in recent years”, indicating that “one of the advantages of remote work is the possibility of reducing the cost structure, such as office rental” and that “by encouraging the use and mastery of remote working tools, it has managed to create good knowledge bases in the team, which have proved useful for remote and/or hybrid experiences carried out during the pandemic and which are here to stay”. In short: “with all team members working flexibly, we really think we are a good example of how it is possible to create an effective and collaborative working environment.”

According to Luís Rosário, from Immersis, “proximity and a sense of belonging are very important to the corporate culture” at Immersis because, even with the policy of flexibility in place, it takes great care to ensure cohesion and proximity between team members “through technical visits, joint design moments for new products, weekly planning sessions and events such as the Experience Safari in London, which was just held in March”.

By RHmagazine, in RHM May/June 2023 issue

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