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A third of employees (32%) prefer the hybrid environment but nearly half (43%) believe in-person work is best for their career advancement. That’s according to a new survey of 912 full-time U.S. workers, “The New Hybrid Workplace, Built on Resilience, Transparency, and Trust,” co-authored by Jan Bruce (meQuilibrium) and Jeanne Meister (Executive Networks).
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Many women and people of color prefer working from home. But at what cost?
Survey: Stigma around remote, hybrid work persists despite workplace changes (Boston Business Journal)
A survey of nearly 1,000 people finds employees at all levels of organizations prefer hybrid work, but many still perceive in-person work as key to career advancement.
While 32% of employees surveyed prefer the hybrid work environment, 43% believe that if they want to advance their career, they need to work in the office. At least that’s what the study “The New Hybrid Workplace, Built on Resilience, Transparency, and Trust” found.
Career Conundrum: Hybrid Vs. In-Person Work (Facility Executive)
A new survey reveals a third of employees prefer a hybrid work environment, but many feel in-person work is better for career advancement.
meQuilibrium, Executive Networks Release Report Hybrid Work (Remote Work Solutions)
Despite embracing remote and hybrid work, employees fear being left behind in career advancement if they are not working onsite. A third of employees (32 percent) prefer the hybrid environment but nearly half (43 percent) believe in-person work is best for their career advancement.
For the majority of employees, new-found flexibility in the workplace has changed the game personally and professionally. But for hourly employees, the loss of structure is setting them up for failure.
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