What Your AWS Team will Look Like in 2022 and Beyond

The work environment has been disrupted for good in the last two years. The effects of a remote workforce have accelerated the pace at which change is occurring in the workplace.
What’s the future for your tech team? How can we adjust to the new normal now that social distancing restrictions are lifted? It may be safe to go back to work, but the desire for flexible working isn’t going away.
Employers will need to adapt to these changing attitudes and landscapes to retain and recruit top talent. While tech was already ahead of the curve in home working, it has become an essential part of the employee package.
Employers can keep their competitive edge by staying on top of developments and trends in AWS.
The future is remote and hybrid work. According to the Jefferson Frank Careers and Hiring Guide AWS Edition, 85% said that company benefits were more important than salary when deciding whether they will accept a job. It’s safe to say that your hybrid or remote working policy will play a significant role in this.
Tech roles have been flexible in remote work, even full-time remote work, but the pandemic has changed the working environment for many businesses, even those who are very flexible.
Many forward-looking companies have made the transition to remote work a priority. According to the hiring guide there has been a significant rise in the number candidates who have transitioned into remote permanent work since the pandemic.
AWS professionals surveyed by 82% said that being able to work remotely is important to their job. It seems unlikely that things will return to the five-day work week of the past.
Remote/hybrid working options will be key for talent attraction/retentionSo what was once a perk is now considered the norm, with the hiring guide finding that remote working is essential to most in the AWS space. When asked if they’d like to work remotely five days per week, 38% of AWS professionals answered that they would, while 46% said that they prefer hybrid work.
Employers will need to adopt flexible and remote working policies to attract qualified candidates for their positions. This is not to make you stand out but to keep up with your competition who are also looking for these professionals.
This isn’t just about remote work. It’s about helping employees achieve a better work-life balance. This could be the ability to manage their work hours, work schedules, or being able to seamlessly combine home and work obligations.
This fundamental shift in the way work is done presents its own challenges.
How can employers balance remote work with the benefits of face-to-face interaction and the demand for remote work?
What are the changes required to manage remote, hybrid, and in-person teams?
Let’s get into the details about making flexible working a key component of your retention and recruitment strategy.
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