In a perfect world, everyone would work the way that best works for their own schedule, work / life balance, and circadian rhythm. However, much of the business world wants everyone to work on the same schedule and all in the office with one another. But is this really the most productive way to work? Not likely. While many talk about serendipity and watercooler conversations, much of this is unlikely to ever occur. So with the global pandemic, it actually brought about some good in shaking up the workplace with remote work. Hybrid workplace may be the future of work.
But too many of us took remote work too far? It is so easy to get distracted if you are in charge of your own schedule. You might not have a good dedicated space and always be getting off task. Perhaps there is a better way to work.
Let’s examine the hybrid workplace – this will give a worker the ability to work a combination of remote work and in the office at times for greater efficiency and balance. Aside from the individual workers, businesses can expect to save $11,000 on average from each employee that is working from home 2-3 days a week.
Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of the hybrid workplace in the visual deep dive below: