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    Home and hybrid working post-pandemic: getting it right

    The growth in home working can potentially boost worker wellbeing through steps like the removal of the daily commute, but employers need to ensure it doesn’t result in unwanted problems, like a failure to spot the signs of stress in their remote teams.

    By Clare Forshaw, Park Health & Safety on 26 September 2022

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    Hybrid working: how to apply the lessons learned

    Hybrid working can support worker health and wellbeing, increase staff engagement and help attract a more diverse workforce, but getting it right requires genuine collaboration and trust between employers and their teams.

    By Ben Goodall, Acas on 03 September 2022

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    Successful hybrid and flexible working: the right culture is key

    With the explosion in home working and dispersed workforces operating without a fixed workplace, it is more important than ever to support the mental wellbeing, engagement and performance of staff.

    By Chris Preston, The Culture Builders on 29 July 2022

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    Surge in home working but some sectors left behind

    New analysis shows the numbers of regular homeworkers have tripled since the pandemic.

    By Belinda Liversedge on 30 May 2022

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    How to make hybrid working a success in a post-pandemic world: new study

    A new report argues that there has been a permanent mindset shift around how work can be organised and that there ‘can be no going back’ to expectations for universal office presence.

    By Belinda Liversedge on 08 March 2022