by Gwen Moran, AARP, June 3, 2021
Whether you’re in the hybrid office or working from home, finding balance is key
As vaccination rates increase and infection rates decline, companies are exploring what a return to the office will look like. Both companies and employees agree: The future of the office is likely to be a hybrid office model that could require many employees to split time between working from home and working in the office.
A recent joint study by WeWork and Workplace Intelligence defined the hybrid model as a combination of working at home, the company headquarters, satellite offices, co-working spaces and public “third spaces,” like a library or café. In some cases, employees may even split workdays between different locations.