Most Companies Should Stick To A Hybrid Approach

  • Research suggests that the hybrid approach has little to no impact on productivity and culture, connection, and innovation improve with in-person time
  • With workers who have been hired remotely or have moved out of range of an office, “it’s a tricky issue.”
  • One approach is to give them a certain amount of time to relocate to where they can be part of the hybrid schedule. Another is to grandfather them in and let them remain remote
  • This has the downside of the frustration and two-tier system and is likely to decrease their ability to get promoted because of proximity bias.

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