Those who are permitted hybrid or remote work options have much higher work-life balance, which will also be reflected in their productivity and other measures of job-related attainments. JL
Jena McGregor reports in Forbes, image, Tom Morin:
Non-executives are nearly twice as likely as top managers to work from the office every day, and their work-life balance scores are now 40% worse than executive respondents. Workers also reported more than twice the level of stress and anxiety as top bosses. There was also a sharp divide between the employee experience scores of workers who have full-time in-office mandates and those who have hybrid or remote options, with declines twice as steep for full-time office workers when it comes to work-life balance and 1.5 times as steep for scores on stress and anxiety.
A new survey shows full-time office mandates are tied to lower worker experience scores. Companies such as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Atlassian and State Street share ideas for making different hybrid models work.