HR & Recruiting Glossary
This glossary will support any HR professional, business owner, or hiring manager. Here you will be able to find the knowledge of key terms and concepts shaping the hiring world.
Hybrid Work Environment
What is a Hybrid Work Environment?
A hybrid work environment is a blend of working remotely (from home or other offsite locations) and in a centralized location (ex. An office building). Employees will switch between working on-site and off-site throughout the work week. Usually, the managers/supervisors will let employees know what kind of a hybrid schedule will work for each employee.
What are the advantages of a Hybrid Work Environment?
- Companies can have smaller offices as they can rotate the number of employees in the office on a given day
- Financial savings
- Employees will feel a greater sense of autonomy
- Greater flexibility for employees
- Retaining top talent as more and more employees are looking for a flexible/hybrid schedule
- A hybrid work environment makes your company more appealing to job seekers, giving you an advantage over your competitors
- Improved work-life balance for employees
- Employees get the best of both worlds: they can work from home some days and go into the office other days, enabling them to meet with co-workers and have a greater sense of being part of a team.