The verdict on working from home
Most of Australia has experienced working from home for a substantial amount of time over the past two years. In particular, the states that have experienced extended lockdown periods. Whilst the world has experienced a completely societal-changing pandemic, one of the silver linings of it all is the stigma about flexible work being broken down, and many industries realising their employees can be just as effective working in non-traditional places and hours.
Working from home isn’t everybody’s favourite flavour, however, for some, they have found their perfect working conditions.
So, here is some information and stats that can help us determine the verdict on working from home.
It is clear there are multiple facets to working from home that can be beneficial as well as potentially negative.
As the world begins to re-open and businesses are thinking about the future of work, a common theme popping up is the implementation of hybrid workplaces.
Hybrid work includes a mixture of working from home and heading into the office. Given the above statistics, it is clear that a unique combination of both ways of working for each employee is the way forward and will forge a new future of work where employees are freer, more productive and ultimately, happier. To see an example of implementing hybrid work in your business, you can check out this blog.
- By Erica Genda
- 8 months ago
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