A new report argues there ‘can be no going back’ to expectations for universal office presence and that employers who are able to be flexible about hybrid working will see the most benefits.
It lays out seven areas for employers to focus on to maximise the opportunity to embed some of the more successful working practices into the next phase of change.
Part of Work After Lockdown, a major research project funded by the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC), the report also considers what we have learned about home and hybrid working over the past 18 months and what we might therefore want to change.
The seven areas identified for focus in the next phase are as follows.
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