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BUSINESS | March 01, 2022
The Coronavirus Pandemic ushered in changes to the workplace that will leave a long lasting legacy on employers and employees, who for decades have been exploring ways to improve workflow and work life balance.
Hybrid working is no longer a buzzword occasionally used by Human Resources professionals. Instead the concept of working in a hybrid model, for many Countries such as the UAE, have embraced these workforce changes, which may very well be the new normal.
In short hybrid working is a style of flexible working where an employee splits their time between working at the organization's office as well as remotely. The remote location being anywhere from an employee’s home to a co-working office, to a local coffee shop.
With Dubai being ranked one of the top 10 best cities to live, it is also growing as a remote workforce hub for individuals who want to experience the culture and captivation of the region while continuing to work for their respective companies.
The age of the digital worker is fast growing and to promote this, the UAE government has introduced various visa options enabling the remote worker to live and work in the UAE.
Employees achieve a work life balance, which in turn has resulted in a positive impact on their wellbeing, employee satisfaction and increased productivity.
Employers can achieve more, lower operational costs, as well as attract talent that they may not have been able to access previously.
The results of a hybrid working model has a positive impact on both employees and employers.
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