Hybrid Working – the new normal

Traditionally, workplace teams have been based together at a specific location, with colleagues collaborating in-person and around the same schedules. But, times have changed and new ways of working provide new challenges for both employees and employers.

Flexible working that allows staff to split their work between their employer’s location and home is quickly becoming the ‘new normal.’ More than two in five employers (41 per cent) will have adopted hybrid working in two years’ time, a survey by Willis Towers Watson has found, with only 30% of businesses are expecting to have their workforce fully back on-site before 2023.

With hybrid working growing in popularity, and with the myriad of hybrid working models that are being adopted throughout businesses and organisations, it made sense that Marshall E-Learning looked to cover the complexities around this relatively modern way of working in our e-learning offering.

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