A broad range of approaches exists to hybrid working, with organisations of all shapes and sizes finding the benefits and pitfalls appearing often radically different from company to company.
Even the most innovative organisations have found the approach difficult to navigate with Apple and Google experiencing push back from employees and some firms attempting offset changes with significant changes to pay or other benefits.
Some traditionally office-centric organisations, such as Deliotte, have taken the opportunity to respond to positive staff feedback and performance to make hybrid working a permanent part of there structure. Recently, PWC also extended a scheme that provides a more flexible and hybridised working week for the professional services firm’s employees.
The general perception at this time is that hybrid working is certainly beneficial for employee wellbeing and that, where practicable and appropriate, organisations should seriously explore the opportunities it might offer.
Despite growing interest and investment in mental health initiatives, burnout, absence and turnover are on the rise.
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