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One of the biggest buzzwords in work culture in the COVID-era has been “flexibility.” Workers demand it and employers are under constant pressure to provide it. Most readers are surely familiar with the classic COVID-era pillar of flexibility – remote work – even if they haven’t personally been able to enjoy that arrangement.
But flexibility doesn’t only mean remote work. Many employees want to be able to spend some time in the office and some time at home, under a variety of possible “hybrid” arrangements. Even so, some employees would like more. Some