Once an organization has answered the questions in the Hybrid Work Framework, they must select a model. Models range with great diversity across the spectrum below. Just as there will be no one-size-fits-all approach, many organizations are also choosing to apply different models on a department-by-department or team-by-team basis.
The Spectrum of Hybrid Work Models
Organizations see the office as the primary workplace. Companies who choose this model will allow employees to work virtually at least some of the time but view office attendance “most of the time” as critical to their culture.
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A truly hybrid workplace model that aspires to an equal blend of time spent between the physical and virtual environments. Companies who choose this model will continue to offer employees the flexibility to work outside the office but expect a commensurate balance of time spent in the office to engage in collaborative activities.
Organizations have found the “work-from-home” experiment to be so effective that they elevated virtual work as the new standard. Companies who choose this model accept a virtual work culture most of the time but will often retain some office space where their employees can collaborate and work on an as-needed basis.