Business
23:12 29 February 2024
Post by: WBJ

Hybrid Work Trend Takes Root in Poland's Office Culture

Hybrid Work Trend Takes Root in Poland's Office Culture
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Research by JLL reveals that 64% of Polish office workers opt for a hybrid work setup, spending up to two days weekly in the office. Despite this shift, 55% emphasize the significance of the office in fostering company culture, with over 60% valuing in-person interactions with colleagues.

Jakub Zieliński, Head of Workplace Strategy & Change Management at JLL, notes the changing role of offices, with 50% preferring to work in-office once or less, and 16% desiring two office days weekly. Only 25% of employers mandate 2-3 office days, while 20% grant full workplace flexibility.

The Return to Office (RTO) ratio varies across sectors, with construction/real estate (77%) and public sector (71%) leading full-time returns. Conversely, shared service centers (21%) and banking (37%) show limited office reintegration. Zieliński underscores the importance of adaptable office spaces tailored to organizational needs, facilitating productivity and overcoming hurdles in hybrid work scenarios.


Source: inwestycje.pl


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