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Want to make a success of hybrid working? 3 things to focus on

“I really believe workers are well-intentioned, and if given the tools, empowerment, and support, they will not only perform for you—they will thrive,” - Tsedal Neeley Image: UNSPLASH/Ian Harber

Michael Blanding
Senior Fellow, Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University
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