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  • Writer's pictureKailey Herbrich

Hybrid work environments appear to be the future 'office'

The COVID-19 pandemic sped up the move to hybrid work, mixing regular offices with remote work. Now, as the world is getting back to “normal”, the way we work is changing.

by Kailey Herbrich

As the world adapts to a new reality of working remotely at least part of the time, a significant transformation is underway in the way we do our jobs.

Hybrid work culture has become the new norm. But what does it mean for employees, businesses, and society?

“It's only better because if there's an emergency, they can log in from home," says Mark Herbrich, business-owner of Agewell Physical Therapy. "There's more accessibility and we have less of a wait time when patients are anxious to start therapy.”

According to Forbes, 98% of workers prefer to work part-time remotely, meaning they want a full-time job but with the flexibility to spend only some hours in the office.

This shows a strong desire for the work-life balance and flexibility that remote work offers.


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