The COVID-19 pandemic forced employers and workforces to scramble towards hybrid working: a mix of office and offsite working. But while necessity is the mother of invention, it’s not always the mother of perfection.
Many organisations are now operating with hastily constructed working models that contain hidden gaps, risks, inefficiencies and threats.
As a result, many are missing out on achieving the full benefits of a highly effective hybrid working model.
In this report, Weighing Up The Benefits of a Hybrid Working Environment, we answer some pressing questions for employers and hiring managers:
- What are the symptoms of dysfunction in hybrid working – and how can you prevent or solve these?
- What aspects of hybrid working can help attract and retain the best talent?
- What impact does hybrid working have on traditional bricks and mortar workplaces
To help answer these questions – and more – we surveyed thousands of employees worldwide. We also spoke with Robert Walters leaders globally, and drew upon recent research and expert views shared by other thought leaders. This report distils these insights to offer practical insights and solutions for employers and hiring managers, worldwide.