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A Hybrid Workplace: Is a New Normal
After the pandemic, so many scenarios have changed at the workplace, such as work, workforce, working style, technology, and even the workplace. One thing that has caught the attention of business houses, leaders, and HR is the workplace hybrid, which is new conventional, more human-focused, tech-enabled, and sustainable. We are on the verge of being disrupted by the epidemic, and there has been a dramatic shift to remote work. Due to the pandemic, we are on the edge of disruption, and there is a sudden shift to remote work. Workforces in countries such as India face numerous challenges when transitioning from an office to a remote workplace. In the service industries, such as IT, education, banking, consulting, e-commerce, and so on, workers were able to handle work from remote locations more easily. Because of stringent measures, government actions, and the availability of immunizations, the number of cases has decreased since April 2021, and lives are returning to normal. It has been demonstrated that employees with suitable employment can work effectively from home without any detrimental effects on their performance or output. This change coincides with a new employment paradigm known as the “hybrid workplace,” in which some employees return to work while others want to work from home. Businesses and workers’ lives are gradually returning to pre-pandemic levels, and we can now say that homes are the new workplace. This study also discusses a hybrid workplace system with employees working on different profiles from different sectors. The main purpose of this study is to learn about the hybrid workplace system and employees’ attitude towards it.
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