Businessman standing with arrow In order for a hybrid workforce to be most effective, its flexibility has to evolve alongside the growing expectations of its employees. (Image: Shutterstock)

After a year of remote-first work, it's hard to remember what our work lives were like before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. As corporations begin to embrace this "new normal," gone are the antiquated notions about where — and how — people get things done. The past year has proven employees don't always need to be in the office in order to fulfill their company's mission. However, as companies adapt to a multitude of changes across business segments, they must also adapt to a changing human market.

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