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Keith Fentress

Keith Fentress
Keith Fentress is the founder and president of Fentress Incorporated. He has an extensive history of consulting to real property organizations. His skills include organizational development, program evaluation, and business process improvement. He enjoys outdoor pursuits like backpacking, canoeing, and snorkeling.
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Now that the pandemic is easing, most employers are bringing employees back to the office. Many offices have become hybrid workplaces that blend remote and in-office work. For these organizations, I have seen three general teleworking strategies that will be discussed below.

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The hybrid courthouse (i.e., a courthouse that provides both in-person and remote services and has a mix of in-office and remote workers) has evolved over time. The two key factors that have driven this hybrid model are technology advances and the increasing prevalence of telework. Both of these...

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The notion of a hybrid courthouse stems from the trend brought about by the COVID pandemic to design spaces that accommodate both in-person and remote work. This type of work environment has become commonplace for standard offices as technology has enabled employees to work part of the week in the...

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I have been a manager of teleworkers for over 30 years. As a gross generalization, here is what I have observed: 50% of the employees do just as well teleworking as they would in an office environment. 25% of the employees excel – something about the autonomy of telework and their ability to...

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The hybrid office is a post-pandemic workplace designed around the concept of employees dividing their time between the office and home. The hybrid office is human-centric in that it incorporates wellness, mobility, and flexibility into the office environment. While corporations have been adopting...

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