Number of the day: hybrid work models

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The vast majority of a group of 510 employers with flexible work programs in place since the pandemic began (meaning they have allowed workers to work both at home or in the office) say that post-pandemic they will adopt a hybrid work model—a blend of in-person and remote working (70%), according to data from HR consulting firm Mercer. Meanwhile, 20% will return to a predominately office-based model, and 6% say they will adopt a virtual-first or fully remote model.

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What it means for HR leaders

COVID-19 has undoubtedly accelerated the trend of flexible work, although the model was already popular among employees

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