What exactly does this new hybrid workspace actually mean for the future of office spaces?
Work styles have diversified, and more and more companies have introduced remote working, which connotes working from home. New words are being created one after another, but recently, "hybrid office," which combines working from home and traditional office work, has begun to attract attention.
COVID-19 lockdowns and government restrictions have pushed tens of millions worldwide to work from home, accelerating a remote working experiment that had been struggling to catch on for more than a decade.
The appeal for flexible and smarter workspaces has dramatically increased, allowing the hub and spoke to resurface as it favours the well sought out hybrid working conditions.
Coronavirus has seen remote and hybrid work models put in place to meet health regulation requirements.
The hybrid work model is a new way of working that has solidified itself in today's economy. Find out what hybrid work is, the value of the hybrid model and how to adopt one for your business.
Since the pandemic, many businesses have realised that the hybrid office concept and demand for remote work has not only increased, but is likely here to stay.
Although hybrid working is now relatively common and employees now expect this from businesses, it is important to set rules and have policies in place to ensure productivity remains the same.
With the number of Australian businesses increasing consistently increasing over the last five years, the idea of having a workplace dedicated to a single team is slowly becoming less realistic
While the lockdown rules were a hefty challenge for everyone and caused a lot of mental fatigue, one of the primary benefits which came from it was the immediate positive effect on the environment.