HR & Recruiting Glossary
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Hybrid Work Environment
What is a Hybrid Work Environment?
A hybrid work environment is a blend of working remotely (from home or other offsite locations) and in a centralized location (ex. An office building). Employees will switch between working on-site and off-site throughout the work week. Usually, the managers/supervisors will let employees know what kind of a hybrid schedule will work for each employee.
What are the advantages of a Hybrid Work Environment?
- Companies can have smaller offices as they can rotate the number of employees in the office on a given day
- Financial savings
- Employees will feel a greater sense of autonomy
- Greater flexibility for employees
- Retaining top talent as more and more employees are looking for a flexible/hybrid schedule
- A hybrid work environment makes your company more appealing to job seekers, giving you an advantage over your competitors
- Improved work-life balance for employees
- Employees get the best of both worlds: they can work from home some days and go into the office other days, enabling them to meet with co-workers and have a greater sense of being part of a team.
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