Employees given the flexibility to work both in an office and at home report higher levels of engagement, productivity and wellbeing.
Whether businesses like it or not, hybrid work is here to stay, and employees like it. And whether they believe it or not, the model is working. Research shows that hybrid workers - those who work partly in an office and partly remote - are more productive and engaged than employees who are entirely office-based or fully remote. They also report better wellbeing - both physical and mental - and feel more positive about their organization.
Despite the evidence and clear benefits that hybrid work can deliver, many companies are still grappling with whether and how to implement it. Some business leaders feel that real work can't get done outside the office. But if implemented properly, flexible work models can lead to a more productive, healthy workforce.
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