There’s no doubt about it - hybrid workplaces are here to stay.
In a post-pandemic world, employees are used to—and expect—flexible schedules, reduced commutes, and a work-from-anywhere mentality.
A full 83% of the workforce consider hybrid work as their optimal work model, reporting that it improves their mental health, relationships, and work-life balance.
With shrinking talent pools, offering catered lunches or ping-pong tables in the break room simply won’t cut it anymore. Employers must adopt remote-friendly work models in order to stay relevant, maintain employee satisfaction, and continue to attract top talent. Effective hybrid models can also save your bottom line, cutting down on real estate and management costs.