Originally posted on 15 March 2023 | By Andy Sin and Alex Eggington
Since 2020, organizations have had to examine how they manage hybrid and remote working alongside full-time on-site work. Data from Gallup indicates that, while in 2020 only 40% of employees in remote-capable jobs had hybrid or remote options, this figure increased to 81% in 2022.
Additionally, companies must understand that the shifts between remote and hybrid work are bidirectional and dynamic. According to research by Microsoft, 57% of remote workers would consider a shift to hybrid work in the coming year so that they can spend more time in the office with their co-workers. At the same time, 52% of hybrid workers would consider a shift toward working fully remote.
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