In theory, remote workers can work from anywhere: a cafe, the library, or while traveling around the world.

As restrictions lift and companies begin to reopen their offices, many are turning to hybrid work as a tactical solution to satisfy the needs of employees who do not wish to return to the office full time. Hybrid workplaces have their advantages, but they are far from perfect (or easy to operate). It is critical that these companies set clear expectations to avoid ambiguity and foster an equal playing field for all employees, regardless of where the employees work.

Nadia Vatalidis Nadia Vatalidis is director of people at HR tech startup Remote.

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