Madeline’s employer is going ‘hybrid’. Now major corporations are following suit

Does a hybrid model – splitting the workplace between the office and the home – actually work in terms of being more productive, efficient and cost effective?

We’ve always enjoyed a flexibility, subject to the primary objective of best serving our clients. This means working from the office is sometimes a necessity to ensure that our clients do actually receive the best service and outcomes possible. Working from home, while remaining an option for our own individual and collective benefit, comes second place to the needs and the wants of our clients.
The pandemic has brought on a spectacular upheaval of working arrangements that looks to be settling in long term. One major corporation has told staff they will be splitting their time between office and home, even after a vaccine is available.