Workforce and Employment

Hybrid working is here to stay. But what does that mean in your office?

Work life is destined to become more flexible – and by definition there is no consensus on what that means. Image: Helena Lopes/Unsplash

Dan Schawbel

Managing Partner, Workplace Intelligence

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New research suggests that employees now want to split their time evenly between the office, home and other work spaces such as a cafe or coworking space. Image: WeWork/Workplace Intelligence Image: WeWork

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