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The work-from-home arrangements prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic led to many benefits for knowledge workers, such as better work/life balance as well as time and money saved from commuting.
However, working remotely all the time has drawbacks too, leading to burn out and feelings of isolation for some people, as well as challenges in communicating with colleagues.
How do organisations strike the right balance of time in the office and working remotely (whether that’s at home or somewhere else)? It's The New Equation in hybrid working.
In this report, we unpack the findings of a PwC study into more than 1,000 knowledge-based workers to help leaders better understand what workers are looking for in hybrid work arrangements, including guidance for how organisations can make changes that will enhance both productivity and employee wellbeing.
We also share our hybrid working framework - a practical approach that uses the 7 levers for success in the future of work, which organisations can use to bring out the best in their people, organisations and workplaces.
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