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Reworked: Can Hybrid Work Be Fair to All?

When you think of hybrid work, you might think of offices full of white-collar workers where virtual work can substitute for in-person work on a day-to-day basis. There are probably in-office benefits and opportunities that people can take advantage of by coming in a couple days a week, but if some employees really don’t want to it’s not the end of the world.

In knowledge work, where in-person interaction can be replicated online, in-person customer visits aren’t necessary and the only thing you need is someone to pick up the mail and feed the goldfish, the move to hybrid work can seem like a relatively trivial decision. Sure, there’s some worry about culture or collaboration but nobody can also seriously make the argument that work can’t get done remotely.

Read the rest at Reworked

By Lance Haun

Strategy for The Starr Conspiracy. Former HR pro. Portland guy (Go Blazers!) and WSU alum (Go Cougs!). I get to write about what I want here.