The Global Demand of Hybrid Work Setting
The Rise of Hybrid Work Setting We've seen a significant shift in how people across the globe are working. The pandemic has allowed people to work from the comfort of their homes, or anywhere they desire. But ever since the world has recovered, more people are now working from both offices and anywhere they want, which is called a hybrid work setting.
One of the key takeaways from the pandemic is that work can be effectively done anywhere when the workers are connected. Nevertheless, even businesses requiring on-site work, such as a research laboratory or manufacturing facility, can digitize processes and workflows to raise efficiency, enhance operations, and maximize output. This phenomenon has reimagined how workers engage with the workplace and how leaders collaborate with people to get work done.
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The Global Demand Why is the hybrid work setting highly demanded? Hybrid work setting combines the best qualities of both worlds. During COVID-19, those with a hybrid work setting had better mental health and also healthier work connections. In addition, they experienced less burnout than those who worked exclusively on-site or exclusively remotely.
A hybrid work setting is highly demanded around the globe. A survey conducted by Accenture reveals that 83% of workers prefer a hybrid work style, and 63% of high-growth organizations have already embraced a "productivity anywhere" workforce model. In addition, Prithwiraj Choudbury, associate professor at Harvard Business School, says the ability to work from anywhere is an essential perk for employees.