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• 76% of respondents confirmed that their companies shifted to a hybrid working model • 63% of respondents claim that their companies have not made any significant changes to their workplaces to adapt it to this new way of working • 46% of respondents revealed that there are no restrictions on coming and going to the office at this time • Employees are mostly required to come to the office 3-4 days a week • 26% of employees said they missed meeting their teams face-to-face when asked about why they like going to the office Hybrid solutions for organisational change Research form Cisco2 scopes the true impact of hybrid working. In the company’s Hybrid Work Index, it reports that 64% of respondents say that working from anywhere vs. coming into the office, has a direct impact on their decision to stay or leave a job, making it crucial for organizations to change norms around where and how we work to remain competitive in the war for talent and innovation. Hybrid Work opens a world of opportunity for off-site and nontraditional candidates, allowing companies access to better and more diverse talent. 86% of companies in the Cisco survey anticipate they will expand their hiring criteria for job candidates in the next two years. Hybrid means change; hybrid means opportunity To learn more visit: Isn’t it extraordinary how much the world of business IT has changed in the last two years? And it looks set to keep doing so across 2022. We have spent two years in the office… not in the office… back in the office again, the jury is still out on where the eventual balance will land. Clearly, the future is hybrid when it comes to the world of work. One recently published survey1 neatly sums up the way the world is going. It tells us that:- Rob Inchley Business Development Manager, Technology Finance, Siemens Financial Services, UK 86%