We are witnessing historical changes in the job market. In Warsaw, there are more job offers for remote or hybrid work than for stationary work. In the UK, over 85% of financial sector workers do not see the office as their main place of work. In Poland, especially in service industries, this trend is becoming one of the main challenges for HR departments. According to this, workplaces are evolving towards an approach more appropriate for employees and their productivity, which increasingly takes the form of a hybrid work model. The most advanced in this new approach to work are companies in the new technology sector, where digitization and automation are part of their own DNA. With the popularity and interest in hybrid work increasing, so has interest in benefits that an employer can offer to employees working outside the office.
Many companies in response to the needs of their employees have started to implement cafeteria systems, through which employees can decide for themselves how and on what they want to spend the funds allocated for benefits. Thanks to digital solutions, we can also replicate the document flow, approval and reporting, and all HR system functionality and employee modules can be adapted to our own needs.