Workforce and Employment

4 things we need to consider to make hybrid working a success

Before COVID-19, working 9 to 5 in the office was the norm. Image: REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Lynda Gratton

Professor of Management Practice, London Business School

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In the post pandemic future, C-suite executives expect an increase in hybrid work. Image: McKinsey & Company

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