Black female boss leading corporate multiracial team meeting talking to diverse businesspeople, african american woman executive discussing project plan at group multi-ethnic briefing in boardroom If the company then decides to follow a hybrid approach, it is important that the teams can have the opportunity to meet regularly and establish a common routine. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The pandemic and its restrictions have largely favored the rise of remote and hybrid work and demonstrated that the suddenness of their implementation has left some employees upset. In fact, in 2020, 26% believed that remote working had a negative impact on their psychological health and a quarter of managers declared that they were unfavorable to remote working.

Related: Workplace in flux: The practicalities of going hybrid

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