By Tom Goldsworthy
It's been an unusual year for businesses amidst the pandemic. Thousands have had to quickly pivot their working practices and begin offering remote working to employees - perhaps even when they haven't done so before.
Of course, under usual circumstances, it would be advisable to plan for such significant changes to working practices, but, of course, that simply wasn't possible for many. As time goes on, it's becoming more and more apparent that remote and hybrid working is here to stay. More businesses than ever are embracing the hybrid working model, essentially a mix of office and remote working, over fully remote working.
And, although there are some challenges inherent to this style of working, there are many tools and plenty of advice available to tackle these and promote a happy, healthy hybrid working environment.