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As companies and people are eager to get back to normality at work, new health, safety, and productivity challenges appeared and need to be addressed to make everyone comfortable and efficient in their new reality.
According to a survey in which Envoy asked a thousand Americans working full or part-time jobs, 73% of the respondents showed worries about their return to the office, and half of them would even consider leaving their job if safety was not made a top priority by their employer.
Top Concerns About the On-Site Workspace
Not knowing if someone sick comes into the office
Too many people in the workspace at once
Lack of proper ventilation
Top Concerns About the Hybrid Work Environment
Not knowing if someone sick comes into the onsite workspace
Not seeing friends and teammates as often
Missing out on birthdays, activities, and other events
Organizations are therefore implementing hybrid workplaces, where employees can work remotely or on-site. This flexibility allows team members to choose their work environment based on their schedules, projects, and needs of the day.
According to the same Envoy survey, most workers (94%) would like to be in the office at least once a week. The hybrid work environment can maximize productivity by allowing employees to choose what fits their reality best.
The experiment of regularly working from home showed unexpected and tangible benefits.
Many organizations realized that this new working flexibility concretely increased productivity. One Gartner study revealed that giving employees the flexibility to choose when and where to work boosted top performers by 19 points to 55%, meaning that a majority of companies’ top performers are now remote-working employees.
A – 60% increase in volume of job searches using the “Remote” filter since March.
B – 4x the number of jobs that offer since March.
According to a report from Gartner, a leading technology and research consulting company, hybrid work is the future.
31% of all workers worldwide are now remote.
In the UK 1 in 5 people are hybrid working, and 1 in 8 are exclusively working from home.
Social and collaboration tools will continue to be a ‘‘must have’’.
Supporting a hybrid office environment with both in-office and remote workers will be critical to the success of organizations around the world as they return to the office.
At Zoom, we’re committed to helping businesses get the most out of their workspaces, no matter where their work happens.
Being ready for remote and hybrid working arrangements means having tools that support your teams, making collaboration seamless across home offices and shared conference rooms.
See how these tools can be put to use across work environments.
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Citation: Gartner, Inc. (2021). Forecast Analysis: Remote and Hybrid Workers, Worldwide. www.gartner.com/en/documents/40021/0/forecast-analysis-remote-and-hybrid-workers-worldwide https://explore.zoom.us/docs/en-us/hybrid-workforce.