Workforce and Employment

9 out of 10 organizations are switching to hybrid working, according to a McKinsey survey

Could hybrid working be here to stay? Image: Unsplash/Yasmina H

Dan Ravid

Research and Knowledge Fellow, McKinsey & Company

Mihir Mysore

Partner, McKinsey and Company

Meredith Langstaff

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company

Aaron De Smet

Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company

Rich Cracknell

Cloud Cybersecurity Solution Leader, McKinsey & Company

Andrea Alexander

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company


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In the post pandemic future, C-suite executives expect an increase in hybrid work. Image: McKinsey & Company
Most organizations don't yet have a detailed vision in place for hybrid work. Image: McKinsey & Company
Most C-suite executives report improvement in their organizations' productivity, customer satisfaction, employee engagement, and diversity and inclusion. Image: McKinsey & Company
Organizations have kept employees connected have also tended to see productivity increase. Image: McKinsey & Company
Leading organizations are most likely to have helped managers lead differently. Image: McKinsey & Company
Lagging companies are least likely to experiment and iterate processes. Image: McKinsey & Company
Most organizations have changed their hiring processes, but leading companies have reimagined them entirely. Image: McKinsey & Company
Many organizations have started to reassess the number of people in each role or function, but only a few have rematched employees with priority roles. Image: McKinsey & Company

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