The Appeal of Hybrid Working
Posted by Stephen Wood in School of Business Blog on October 16, 2022
Homeworking’s contradictory nature means in its pure form it can never be a perfect answer, but this means that hybrid working has the potential to be an alternative imperfectly perfect working arrangement.
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Productive Alternatives to Boris Johnson’s Cheesy Vision of Homeworking
Posted by Stephen Wood in School of Business Blog on May 17, 2022
Hybrid working solves the trade-off of home versus office working, with benefits for both employees and employers, writes ULSB’s Professor Stephen Wood.
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