Hybrid work models on the rise, but opinions and options vary widely

Deirdre Gallagher shares strategies to optimize workplace communication


Remote work can sometimes lead to isolation and communication gaps among employees.
The debate continues regarding the optimal workplace model, with companies making decisions based on their unique needs and preferences.

Deirdre Gallagher discusses in the Upstate Business Journal the rise of hybrid work models and how balancing remote and in-office work can sometimes complicate workplace communication and perception. 

"If you are in the office every day and someone else is remote, it may impact how you are perceiving that person’s contributions. The other challenge when you have remote and you have in-person is that there is a kind of a gap in communication."

Gallagher's observations highlight a broader discussion on the challenges and opportunities of hybrid work models. 

For further insights, read the full article here.

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