HYBRID WORK MODEL FOLLOWED BY PANDEMIC: A BOON OR BANE

Authors

  • Prof. Dolly Mandhan Assistant Professor, G H Raisoni Institute of Engineering and Business Management
  • Dr. Saroj Patil Assistant Professor, G H Raisoni Institute of Engineering and Business Management

Keywords:

Hybrid, Pandemic, employees, work from home, remote work

Abstract

Hybrid work, where employees devote some of their work days in the physical office and the rest of their work days working remotely, is developing as a novel form of work worldwide. The hybrid workplace is an idea on the edges of every industry trend today. Through digitalization, fetching is more regularized across every scope worldwide. Every workplace must maximize and excel in difficulties and innovations to ease into the hybrid workplace. The COVID-19 pandemic took a movement for a better essential for a hybrid workplace. The use of digital services to hold meetings, webinars, and conferences has increased at an avalanche-like pace

A hybrid model may seem like an easy solution to the current problems. As with most things, however, the easiest solution isn’t always the best. The most challenging part here for the organizations is, giving remote and in-office employees the same experience!

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Published

08-03-2024

How to Cite

[1]
Prof. Dolly Mandhan and Dr. Saroj Patil, “HYBRID WORK MODEL FOLLOWED BY PANDEMIC: A BOON OR BANE”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 9, no. GHRIEBM, p. 8, Mar. 2024.