What Is Hybrid Work Model?

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The Hybrid Work Model takes into reality the desire and ability of employees to work remotely, usually from home, and the business/ team need for them to occasionally – but on some regular cadence – come to the workplace for face-to-face interactions.

For many people, having to travel to and from a physical office, every day is a burden. Even though the traditional 9-5 work setup has been in place for decades, many people have realized that this arrangement is unsustainable due to hidden costs.

Traveling to the office becomes more deliberate

Most team members want to have their own designated workspaces. Hybrid work models give individuals the option to have their own personalized workspaces at home, while giving them open offices or other sharable spaces when they need to collaborate with the rest of the team.

Balancing personal space and collaboration

The pandemic has forced organizations to rethink long-standing workplace structures and practices. Teams had to learn to meet and collaborate virtually and shift to remote setups to adapt to the new global work landscape.

Rethinking the modern office

As things stand now, hybrid and remote teams collaborate virtually through video-conferencing platforms and work management tools. While these may suffice for now, they cannot give teams the feeling of connectedness that face-to-face interactions can as only so much communication can be done through a screen.

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