With the COVID-19 pandemic came the most significant spontaneous shift in collaboration methods ever witnessed in office-based workplaces.
Many were pleasantly surprised by the adaptability of their own organizations and employees. The vast majority maintained high levels of productivity, and some businesses even demonstrated enhanced delivery capabilities.
Now, a couple of years later, very few need to work physically separated from their colleagues.
However, most organizations have chosen to incorporate flexibility regarding where work can be performed on a specified number of days per week.
Many businesses view this as essential to remain appealing in the competition for talent. Employees also value this flexibility, as it allows them to work more focused from home offices and spend less time commuting on certain days.
Although it might seem that most have found their approach to hybrid work arrangements, there are quite a few who are questioning the long-term effects of this change: