As the pandemic continues to evolve, the fate of the workplace remains uncertain. There are strong arguments on both sides in favour of remote and office-based models; many organisations appear to be planning for hybrid working.
“Traditionally, some managers frowned on people who were not visible a lot of the time in an office, but that has changed with remote and hybrid working. So managers need to have a laser-like focus on productivity and results rather than form and visibility.” says Philip Stiles, Associate Professor in Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School.
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