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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

The rise of 'hushed hybrid'

2024-07-11 11:15

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The rise of 'hushed hybrid'

Increasingly, managers are interpreting how they enforce their organisations' RTO policies.

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Ever heard of ‘hushed hybrid’?

 

Increasingly, team leaders are taking workplace flexibility into their own hands and allowing their colleagues to continue working remotely on days when they're meant to be present in the workplace.

 

That means more and more managers are interpreting how they enforce their organisations' RTO policies on a ‘horses for courses’ basis.  

 

It's perhaps no surprise that this shift is proving popular with employees - almost nine out of ten UK workers report that this unofficial flexibility has had a positive impact on their morale.

 

But is there a flipside on the effect it's having on company culture? Read more.

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