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Guideline for creating an effective hybrid work policy

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A Flexible, easy-to-apply hybrid work policy is important for any SME implementing hybrid working.

The COVID-19 pandemic got us accustomed to an online lifestyle. Everyone adjusted to the new models of working such as remote working and hybrid working to maintain the continuity of business. It enabled business expansion and provided services through just a click, call, or even voice command! SMEs and startups looking for opportunities to expand their business benefitted from these business models.

Now well past the pandemic, hybrid working still prevails as a favorable option for employees and employers worldwide. Apart from work-life balance, there are various benefits of hybrid working. This includes access to a deeper talent pool, a cost-effective work setup, enhanced collaboration due to constant virtual team meets high productivity, and so on. As per a recent survey conducted by Bloomberg in 2022, 44% of the companies in the US wish to continue with hybrid working indefinitely. In addition, 74% of companies in 2022, plan to implement a permanent hybrid working model.