Forcing a Return to the Office

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 18 October 2023
Charlotte Eakin
Think People
Issues covered: Remote and Hybrid Working

Introduction

Over the last three years, remote and hybrid working have reshaped workplace norms and given employees increased power with regards to flexibility and where they work. A recent report published by CIPD highlights that 83% of organisations have a form of hybrid working in place at the moment.  Looking at the wider impact of hybrid working post-pandemic, firms who offer it to their employees report that attraction and retention of talent is up 61% and 53% of firms state they are able to recruit a more diverse workforce. However, the negative impacts that remote working can bring are that employees’ connection with the purpose of their organisation is reported to have fallen

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This article is correct at 18/10/2023
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Charlotte Eakin
Think People

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