This is an interesting read, tackling different aspects of hybrid working. We talk a lot about the positive aspects of flexibility, mental well-being and work-life balance, but equally we should look at the areas that might be negatively impacted, ensuring that we have adequate strategies in place to address and minimise the impacts.
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