The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the traditions and norms of work, which had been largely unquestioned for decades. Now, hybrid working is being hailed as the new era.
The part time office and part time remote model is set to dominate the working world, with an overwhelming majority (82%) of leaders planning to allow their employees to work in a hybrid arrangement moving forward, according to research by Gartner.
But there’s a problem with how leaders are thinking about hybrid working.
They’re working with a simplistic definition solely based on the number of days that work happens at the office and the number of days that work happens remotely.