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Hybrid – The Future Of Work


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One of the lasting impacts of the COVID pandemic is how it has changed the workplace for the long term. Once a perk, remote and hybrid working practices are now being adopted by companies in every sector. This is happening in many countries, including the US.

But rather than rushing to get hybrid working in place quickly, organisations are now having to consider how build a robust hybrid working policy that works for both employees and businesses over the long term. There are many advantages to this model, but only if it is done right.

There have been many surveys and research projects carried out recently to understand how and where employees want to work. They overwhelmingly show that people no longer want to sit in an office from 9-5 every day and instead prefer to have some degree of flexibility.

Take a look at this great infographic, Mastering The Future of Hybrid Workplace Culture by Ezra Digital Coaching. It highlights the main findings from the Pulse of the American Worker study as well as the study by Stanford. Did you know that in one survey, 48% of workers would prefer to work from home permanently?

It also shows the the effort and resources being invested by companies in order to facilitate hybrid working as a permanent way of working. The more effort that is put into the planning and functioning of hybrid working at the outset will greatly increase it’s effectiveness.

This infographic is a must for leaders, HR departments and managers.

Hybrid - The future of working infographic
Infographic Design By Ezra Digital Coaching

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