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October 23, 2023

How hybrid work works out

Bloom, Han & Liang (2022). How hybrid working from home works out.

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In their academic paper titled "How Hybrid Working from Home Works Out" (2022) Nicholas Bloom, Ruobing Han, and James Liang dive into the analysis of hybrid work models, a blend of in-office and remote work, employing a pilot experiment at the technology company, Trip.com, as a case study. The paper elucidates the multifaceted benefits of hybrid working. It suggests that this model allows employees to save on commuting time, provides a quieter environment for tasks best performed individually, and grants schedule flexibility for personal errands. Despite these merits, critics argue that the hybrid model complicates operations and could potentially hamper employee performance and innovation, sparking a debate among executives, policymakers, and the media regarding its efficacy. 

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