Hybrid working – the act of working from more than one physical location for your job – is fast becoming the norm. Enabled through technology, and accelerated by the pandemic, a global survey of over 300,000 found 86% worked outside of the office at least one day a week.
We explore the impact hybrid working has had on the office and the ways in which businesses can adapt their offices to better suit the working patterns and specific needs of their employees.
For those businesses struggling to attract staff back to the office, we also look at what employees are lacking when working remotely, and how best to create an office environment that caters for these needs.
One of the crucial elements of a distributed workforce is having the ability to stay connected despite being apart. That’s why we have asked Neat, pioneers of advanced video communication technology, to also provide insight on the role technology can play when it comes to designing these workspaces, and the advantages businesses can gain from adopting the latest in video communication technology.