By: infotechalive April 1, 2022
Some of you might know about the Hybrid Structure of Working been for Companies. Let’s have a look at at how it works. With the pandemic coming to a soft pause for some time now, the concept of hybrid working has come into the forefront. As not everyone wants to go to office five days a week, so this concept gathered steam. Also, the work-from-home advisories have ended and many employers want their employees to return to the office spaces on two or three days per week basis.
Earlier, executives worked out of their homes on all working days as it was mandatory. It was not the easiest proposition for many as not all can afford to have a home office space to work in peace. Working at the kitchen table or in the bedroom started becoming a chore after the initial support of the families started waning. Many entrepreneurs saw this as an opportunity and came up with the concept of shared working spaces in a building. This came to be known as the ‘third space’.
This space was neither at home nor at office but also not public places like cafes or libraries. These co-working spaces provided employees with a work desk, internet connection, comfortable working environment and an open floor office feel. This also suited the needs of freelancers and different small concerns.
More Space, Less Workers
With the curbs on solitary work eased to great degrees, the number of co-workers has fallen significantly now. Also, lack of awareness and stiff competition are other significant factors which have proved to be detrimental to this business.
Hybrid Work Culture
The offices have taken up the hybrid work style now wherein employees need to be at the office for two or three days a week, so employees do not have any problem to work from their homes the remaining days. Renting a desk elsewhere would be an unnecessary and unprofitable expense. So, the hybrid culture is working out better for organizations as of now and any further change to this entire structure has to be observed in the future.
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