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The post-pandemic workplace: 4 reasons why hybrid working is set to stay for young professionals

Young professionals now engage in hybrid working – dividing their time between their home and their workplace – and may prefer this model to being in the office full time. Image: Unsplash/Annie Spratt

Amanda Jones

Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, King's College London

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