More than a year of working from home has fundamentally altered the workplace, making a return to pre-pandemic office life unlikely. The most commonly touted new arrangement is the location-flexible hybrid work model. Yet writer Richard Morgan cautions employers not to underestimate the challenge of managing team members working in two very different environments. After talking to both work-from-home enthusiasts and critics, he concludes that hybrid work may not be the panacea you’d hoped for.
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Richard Morgan writes for the website Morning Brew.
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