Future of Work webinar series - watch on demand
Is the future of work really hybrid?
There is a lively and active debate regarding the benefits of working remotely versus returning to the physical office. As the pandemic continues to evolve, the fate of the workplace remains uncertain as employees re-think their priorities and companies look to optimise real estate costs to facilitate an agile post-pandemic recovery. Should the notion of hybrid working as the inevitable compromise be accepted, or will this function as an interim model? How this will work in practice, and be applied to different geographies and sectors is yet to be defined.
In partnership with the Financial Times, this exclusive webinar considered the arguments for and against remote and office-based working models and sought to establish if hybrid working really is the best way to proceed and where compromises can be made.
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