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What Hybrid Work? Poly Says 1 in 5 Firms Expects Employees Back Full-Time

Almost one-fifth of organizations expect staff to come back to the office full-time – but three days per week is most popular.

Christine Horton

March 21, 2022

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Almost one-fifth (19%) of organizations are disregarding hybrid work strategies by asking staff to come back to the office full-time.

However, 81% are enabling some degree of flexibility, according to research by Poly. On average, companies are asking employees to come in three days per week.

Poly’s “Recruit, Retain and Grow” report shows that more than three-quarters (77%) of firms plan to redesign the office experience for the hybrid work era. This includes more open-plan areas, collaboration spaces, areas to socialize and quiet zones.

But less than half (48%) are fully prepared for the future of hybrid work, while 37% are only prepared in the short-term.

What are the top five reasons for employees leaving their jobs today? What is now the most popular day to come into the office? And what can organizations do to succeed in the new era of hybrid work? See the slideshow above to find out.

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Christine Horton

Channel Futures

Christine Horton writes about all kinds of technology from a business perspective. Specializing in the IT sales channel, she is a former editor and now regular contributor to leading channel and business publications.

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