The Benefits and Challenges of Hybrid Working after Covid 19: A Survey of Business Leaders Managing 50+ Employees
This research study aims to explore the opinions of business leaders managing 50+ employees on hybrid working, or working part-time in an office and part-time remotely in light of the covid 19 pandemic. As the current pandemic had forced many companies to transition to remote work, this study will investigate how business leaders are feeling about this new way of working post pandemic.
The survey was conducted online, with a link emailed to business leaders across the UK who manage 50+ employees. The survey focused on the issues of working remotely and the potential benefits and drawbacks of hybrid working. The survey asked questions about how business leaders felt about the productivity of their employees, the impact of hybrid working on the company’s culture, and the challenges of managing a remote workforce and took 5 minutes to complete.
The survey results showed that the majority of business leaders were in favour of hybrid working, with 77% of respondents saying that they believe their employees are productive when working remotely. Additionally, 78% of respondents said that they think hybrid working has had a positive impact on the company’s culture. The most commonly cited challenge of managing a hybrid workforce was the difficulty in connecting with remote employees and ensuring they feel connected to the company.
Overall, this research study has shown that business leaders managing 50+ employees are generally in favour of hybrid working. Most business leaders feel that their employees are productive when working remotely and that hybrid working has had a positive impact on the company’s culture. The biggest challenge appears to be connecting with remote employees and ensuring they feel connected to the company. This survey was based on a 5-minute online survey with 100 completes.