At Kin + Carta, we’ve kept a focused eye on this as it relates to how we work, the ways we deliver, and the culture we want to be creating across our teams. Back in 2020, we defined a set of principles to determine how we’d commit to working in the future, a practice much like we do when kicking off a project for our clients.
Here’s where we landed:
- We believe that no matter where you’re working, you should feel included.
- We believe that quality work can be delivered everywhere.
- We believe in being thought leaders; in building digitally-enabled work environments.
- We believe that in-person connection helps deepen relationships (across our firm and with our clients).
These global principles informed the creation of Kin + Carta’s hybrid work model, which ensures in-person experiences for when they matter most while also empowering our employees with flexibility. All balanced alongside a continued investment in culture and connection.
Worker types have been created and embraced across our firm, aligning our Kin to either be a hybrid, virtual, or office-based worker. Worker types are determined by where an employee resides, ensuring that those who are considered hybrid live within a commutable distance from one of our offices or hubs.
Kin + Carta’s hybrid work model was defined to provide employees with the sustained flexibility they need to be successful in their role and to live a fulfilling life.