It’s been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began, forcing millions of people around the globe to work from home and creating a new normal that has permanently upended the world of work.
Many employees have enjoyed the benefits of remote work.
However, workers have experienced drawbacks as well – distractions at home, a lack of face time with colleagues, diminished work-life balance and a tendency to work more hours.
As more people get vaccinated and we begin to round the corner on the pandemic, employees and companies are looking ahead at what will come next. And this is where a hybrid model comes in. In a hybrid workplace model, employees have the ability to work in different spaces, including corporate offices, coworking spaces, public spaces and from home.
To find out more about how the future of work will be shaped by a hybrid approach, Jason Allan Scott speaks about research conducted by Google, IBM and other global companies.
The talk examines the benefits, drawbacks and requirements of the hybrid model, its financial implications, how it relates to corporate property strategy, and employee and C-suite perceptions of it.
About the Author
Jason Allan Scott is
a successful Serial Entrepreneur, Professional Keynote Speaker, Best Selling
Author, award-winning event professional, Mentor, Podcaster and a part of Tim
Ferris's NR set who overcomes MS to bring value to the world. Voted Top 100
Movers and Shakers in Events by Eventbrite 2016, Voted number 1 on Double Dutch
250 people in Events and top 10% of social media in events in the world and one
of the Small Business Top 100 companies 2016 and the only person in history to
be nominated twice in one year as the most influential person in events by
Haymarket Media. He has also been invited to number 10 Downing Street (
think the White House with a stricter door policy) twice due to his podcast
success and the first person in the world to sell three podcast channels.