78% of employees believe that hybrid and remote work has improved their well-being
The positioning of hybrid work as an alternative option to conventional work models continues to gain ground thanks to the impact on emotional well-being and the balance between work and private life that it generates for employees. This is supported by a study conducted by Cisco, which showed that 78% of employees worldwide consider that the hybrid and remote model has improved all aspects of their well-being.
Similarly, the same research shows that 76% of those surveyed said they had saved money through hybrid work in the last year; 68% believe that hybrid work has had a positive impact on their physical condition; 74% consider that this model has contributed to improving family relationships; 82% said the ability to work hybrid has made them happier, and 55% report that alternating has lowered their stress levels.
“Today, hybrid models represent an alternative that contributes to the well-being of the collaborators of any company, a transversal axis in all organizational culture. For this reason, at WeWork we believe that it is essential for companies to implement actions and strategies aimed at guaranteeing the physical and emotional health of work teams, in order to generate a positive impact on productivity,” said Juan Carlos Peñaloza. , country manager of WeWork Colombia.
While the Cisco study notes that only one in four employees consider their company to be "very ready" for the future of hybrid work, there are still challenges to overcome in reimagining the employee experience. In that order of ideas, flexible options for the development of work activities must be considered by companies as pillars within their operations, in order to promote organizational cultures in accordance with the demands of the post-pandemic reality that it has brought with it. significant changes for society and the market in general.