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There’s likely no turning back. More than two years of work-from-home or hybrid work solutions and employees are reluctant to go back to the way it was. Many are enjoying the better work-life balance of working from anywhere.

However, there is another reason workers are more prone to stay at home – remote and hybrid work employees feel they have a higher degree of psychological safety at work than on-site employees. That’s according to a meQuilibrium survey of 3,900 employees, which found that 66% of on-site employees say they are more likely to feel like mistakes are held against them, they are 57% more likely to say that people are rejected for being different, and 36% more likely to find it difficult to ask teammates for help.

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