Employees have said they largely want to keep their current work arrangements. For instance, 62 percent of workers currently working remotely would like to remain that way rather than move to a hybrid environment (32 percent) or go fully in-person (6 percent), according to March survey results from Yoh.
Demand for hybrid work may be one reason workers are leaving in droves, Gartner analysis said earlier this year. But workers and managers may be starkly misaligned on who can work remotely, Gartner said, meaning HR may be responsible for helping leaders understand hybrid work’s value to the employee experience.
Hybrid work isn’t always smooth sailing, however; a TinyPulse survey from October 2021 noted that many workers called it the “most emotionally exhausting” arrangement compared to other formats. Employees are also increasingly likely to fall for advanced phishing attacks amid hybrid work, a Tessian survey from earlier this year noted – particularly those attacks that imitate messages from senior executives.
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