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Hybrid working: how to make it a success

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Hybrid working is by no means an easy fix. Image: Unsplash/ Chris Montgomery

Daniel Wheatley
Reader in Business and Labour Economics, University of Birmingham
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Proportions of workers reporting home as workplace in the UK
COVID-19 caused a 600% increase in the number of people working entirely at home. Image: Main place of work (Labour Force Survey, 1992-2021), always at home (Understanding Society Covid-19 Study, 2020-21), any work from home (Annual Population Survey, 2011-2020, Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (COVID-19 module), 2020-21), Daniel Wheatley
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