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It has long been a truism that Corona has strengthened the trend toward home offices. Will office workers only work at their kitchen tables at home in the future? Not at all, say experts: They need the social exchange in the office at least occasionally. On the other hand, the homeworking of many employees over longer periods of time makes it possible to efficiently reduce the size of offices, which lowers costs for companies. So from now on, there will be both an office at the employer’s and a home office: a hybrid working world is emerging. How do companies view the home office in early 2021? After a year of corona crisis, the Munich-based Ifo Institute surveyed nearly 800 HR managers on their opinion of the home office and hybrid working. 73% of them believe that a megatrend has begun in which they want to participate. According to Corona,…

In many respects, COVID-19 has taken us by surprise, also in terms of everyday office life. All of a sudden, working from the kitchen table is quite normal. The long-refused notebook is now standard equipment. On the other hand, the “office grapevine” has pretty much fallen silent, and coffee together is only available online at best.At some point, the pandemic will be over and everything will be as it was before. Will it? Probably not quite. Ideally, the best of both worlds will become the new work style, a combination of the before and after. What might this hybrid working world ideally look like? The strengths of the home office Many have long dreamed of the possibility of working from home. That means not having to slog through rush-hour traffic and being able to sit at a desk in sweatpants for a change. Or maybe it means being in a…

Hybrid working means working partly in the employer’s office and partly in the home office. This trend has been around for some time now, since most data is stored in a cloud and the office worker only needs one computer for access. He or she does not need to carry files or electronic data carriers with him or her to change workplaces. The corona pandemic is now likely to reinforce this work organization. Various studies are looking at the prospects. Hybrid working world in the Robert Half Report The labor market report of the personnel service provider Robert Half was published for the first time for the year 2021. Primarily, it shows recruiting trends and the expectations of companies and employees. However, it also looks at hybrid working. Its popularity has increased during the pandemic, both among employees and employers, 86% of whom now see hybrid working as a permanent…

The current situation in the world of work presents many people with new challenges due to the Corona pandemic. Working from home and caring for children, for example, have to be managed here every day. The study “Theses on the hybrid world of work” addresses this issue and presents possible solutions. Why do people want the hybrid work world back? The Corona crisis is currently making remote work at home an experiment under duress. As a result, companies have had to quickly and unbureaucratically establish a digital infrastructure where it had not existed before.Employees have had to focus on new technological tools and quickly develop new methods and skills. In this way, they have learned that working from home can work for entire teams and divisions, even though they didn’t think it was conceivable. The fact that team meetings can be held not only in person but also digitally is…

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