2022 Report: The New Flexible Workforce

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2022 Report: The New Flexible Workforce

The pandemic forced a large segment of the global workforce to go through a remote-work experiment on a scale never seen before. HR & business leaders are being forced to make unprecedented decisions about whether to return to the office, make the remote work experiment a reality, or find some middle ground by blending the two. Now, both the limitations and the benefits of remote work are clearer. Despite many people returning to work as economies reopen — executives have indicated that for many employees, hybrid models of remote work are here to stay, as the “new flexible workforce” emerges.