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Hybrid Working 2021: Study Reveals Gap Between Employer & Employee Expectations

Special report: hybrid working 2021

A HYBRID WORKING MODEL IS SEEN TO DELIVER BENEFITS TO EMPLOYEES THAT FLOW THROUGH TO BUSINESS AND SOCIETY.

Workplaces are preparing for a widescale adoption of a hybrid working model in a move that would offer more autonomy and flexibility, yet could prove risky if not implemented properly, according to new research.

The “Adapting to the New Normal: Hybrid Working 2021” report, released by Pitcher Partners Melbourne, Bastion Reputation Management and Bastion Insights, reveals a disconnect between employer and employee expectations of hybrid working arrangements, with that gap only likely to grow, as more workplaces transition to a COVID-normal environment.

Download the report here.

Key Contacts

Clare Gleghorn, CEO – Bastion Reputation Management clare.gleghorn@bastionrm.com.au

Rob McKie, Consulting Partner – Pitcher Partners Melbourne rob.mckie@pitcher.com.au

Dianne Gardiner, CEO – Bastion Insights dianneg@bastioninsights.com