Claire Gallagher explains why you should forget about return to the office mandates and instead focus on thriving in the new hybrid working environment.

The shift to hybrid working brought on by the pandemic is one of the boldest changes to the way employees, teams and businesses function.

There’s good that comes from working from home. Many people find they are more productive. There can be a reduction in commuting time allowing for a greater life/work balance. Some have even reported that the increased level of remote work often sees office politics fall away.

But then there’s the bad: without the distractions of the office, workloads are increasing burnout, workplace relationships are forgotten and people become more connected to the task at hand than those they work with.

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