The pandemic has driven a huge shift towards more flexible working arrangements.
Hybrid Working is becoming the new normal for many companies.
But what is it?
And how do you make it work for your company?
WHAT IS HYBRID WORKING?
Hybrid Working is when organisations move to a combination of working in the office and working from home. Therefore a definition of hybrid working could be "a work style that involves working from home as well as working from the office".
You may be thinking 'what's wrong with our normal office design where everyone has their own desk and comes in every day?'
There may be nothing wrong with it but statistics from recent surveys of staff and also progressive companies show that the is a massive shift towards more flexible working arrangements, such as hybrid working.
A recent survey by EY found that 54% of office workers would leave their job for one that offered flexible work time.
Another survey by Accenture found that 83% of office workers preferred a working arrangement where they can work remotely 25% to 75% of the time.
The same survey by Accenture also found that 63% of high-growth companies already have a flexible 'work from anywhere' policy.
HYBRID WORKING CASE STUDY
The Oxford University Press is a major employer in central Oxford and they engaged with Spectrum Workplace to transform their HR department to an agile working design which would allow flexible hybrid working for the team.
If you would like to learn more about hybrid working and how it could work for you then get in touch.
We offer a free initial consultation to explore if there is potential for hybrid working in your organisation.
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