Could hybrid working be the lasting result of the way we work brought on by Covid? If so, what are the advantages and disadvantages of this new way of working? It has been argued that this could be a perfect way to meet employees in the middle, as it offers both remote and office-based working during an average week. Includes:
- How it can potentially lead to less collaboration
- Is it the ideal compromise?
- Can create a needed position, head of company culture
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