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How to Implement a Hybrid Working Model

Author: Brightmine Editorial Team

Under a hybrid working model, employees whose role is suitable for this way of working split their time between working remotely and attending the workplace. For example, the arrangement could involve an employee working from home for three days per week and working on-site on the other days. Alternatively, the hybrid working model could involve building increased flexibility into the employee's working location so that each day they choose where they work, sometimes going into a workplace and sometimes working remotely depending on their circumstances and the needs of the business. (Hybrid working is sometimes referred to as blended working or blended office model.)

This guide explores introducing a hybrid working model to apply across the organization or segments of the workforce. The guide does not cover responding to individual requests for flexible working arrangements from employees.