After nearly two years of uncertainty around the office return, many businesses have now found their feet, with hybrid work becoming the norm. Yet while it has been well received, with 80% of workers1 now preferring a hybrid model with home and office options, it has brought about some new issues – namely the “hybrid divide”. Teams are working longer hours and becoming isolated when at home, while others struggle with the office, overwhelmed by the whole experience.
Before the pandemic, work was filled with casual interactions between colleagues – like grabbing a coffee in the kitchen, or throwing around ideas over the water cooler – and this will quickly return for those that are back in the office. However, we mustn’t forget those who are working from home.