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The covid pandemic has forced many businesses to re-evaluate their workplace policies. For many companies, a traditional office is no longer viable, or their employees do not want to come into the office five days a week when they don't have to. As a result, more and more businesses are adopting hybrid work models, which allow employees to work remotely and be in the office the other leg. This hybrid approach has several advantages:
It gives employees greater flexibility in how they work. They can take advantage of remote work when it suits them and come into the office when they need to collaborate with colleagues or access specific resources.
It helps to promote a better work-life balance. Employees no longer need to spend long hours commuting to and from work, and they can choose to work from home on days when they need to care for family members or handle personal errands.
Hybrid work models are more sustainable than traditional office workplaces. With fewer people commuting, there is less traffic congestion and pollution.
Businesses can save money on office space and utilities by having fewer office employees at any time.
It's not surprising that hybrid work models are becoming increasingly popular.
We found an excellent report produced by Accenture - called the Future of Work - Click here to view Accenture's in-depth information.