Hybrid Work (part 1): Employees want it, here's why businesses should too.
The pandemic woke people up to the value of hybrid work arrangements. Work still gets done but at less of a cost to our personal lives.
No commutes, time to throw in laundry between meetings, space to fit in a midday walk with the kids - fitting work around our lives, not the other way around.
It’s been so beneficial to most employees that they’d rather quit their jobs than lose their freedom.
A multiple surveys reinforce this idea, the results found that:
65% of respondents report wanting to be full-time remote employees post-pandemic.
31% of participants want a hybrid remote work environment.
96% of employees desire some form of remote work.
27% of workers say that the ability to work from home is so important to them that they are willing to take a 10% to 20% pay cut to work remotely.
81% say they would be more loyal to their employer if they had flexible work options.
We know employees want more flexible options when it comes to work. But what about businesses?
Making the transition to hybrid work is no small undertaking so why should your company seriously consider a new workplace model? In part 2, we’ll take a look.