Hybrid working, flexible working, remote working, dynamic working, working from home, working in an office – there are so many options for how the modern-day office worker goes about their job.
Recent Reed.co.uk data has revealed a 79% increase in the number of job vacancies with a form of ‘dynamic working’ arrangements since the start of the pandemic. Of these different models, hybrid working is one which is being talked about as the part of the bigger topic surrounding ‘the future of work’, particularly for office-based organisations.
To discover whether this evolution of work is here to stay, we commissioned a survey of 2,000 UK office workers to delve into the topic of hybrid working – using the results to inform this whitepaper.
The paper answers interesting questions like 'what is hybrid working?' and 'how many organisations are using hybrid working models?'. It outlines the different hybrid models companies are using, and the benefits this style of work provides both businesses and staff - particularly the hybrid model's impact on productivity and wellbeing.
Reed's whitepaper also explores the extent of hybrid working across the UK, how organisations have gone about implementing hybrid models, what office workers think of hybrid working, and how employers can adapt hybrid models to offer their teams the best experience.
By reading this whitepaper, you'll discover that:
75% of office workers have been given the option to work on a hybrid basis
60% of hybrid workers state that their work-life balance has improved
45% of those not hybrid working would change role to work on a hybrid basis
34% of full-time office workers believe hybrid or remote workers should have their pay cut
Download our whitepaper now and use its rich insights to inform your research into hybrid models - and help you develop a hybrid working policy.