Many remote and hybrid employees find it tough to unplug and leave work behind for an extended period. And, even when they go on a holiday, they feel tempted to respond to emails. In reality, 82% of employees work on vacation, but this trend is counterproductive.
A recent study reveals some interesting preferences that employees hold about work-from-home culture. In the upcoming year, 51% of hybrid workers say they will consider switching to a remote position, while 57% of remote employees claim they would like to convert to the hybrid work setting.
Building trust is about building rapport with your boss, colleagues, and peers. Without it, teams can’t thrive, individuals are less likely to rise through the ranks if they’re perceived as untrustworthy, and in extreme circumstances, the entire company might go down.
It is still widely believed that hovering over a worker’s shoulder and closely monitoring one’s activity correlates directly with increased productivity. To this end, the traditional office serves as a location to get work done and also as a place where one’s job can be witnessed being done.