62% of Canadian Employers Embracing Hybrid Work Model

In today's fast-paced business world, the traditional 9-to-5 workday is becoming a thing of the past. Remote work and hybrid work solutions are becoming increasingly popular as companies seek to provide more flexibility for their employees.
According to a recent survey conducted by Benefits Canada, 62% of Canadian employers are now using a hybrid working model. This model allows employees to work both in the office and remotely, giving them the flexibility to choose where they work based on their needs and preferences.
A hybrid model has become increasingly popular among Canadian employers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey found that 57% of employers have made changes to their work environment as a result of the pandemic, and of those, 56% have shifted to a hybrid model.
According to the survey, the primary benefits of a hybrid model include improved work-life balance for employees, increased productivity, and reduced costs for employers. The hybrid model also allows employers to attract and retain top talent, as it provides employees with greater flexibility and autonomy in how they work.
In the words of Benefits Canada, "The pandemic has proven that remote work is here to stay, and the shift to hybrid work is a recognition of this."
Overall, the survey highlights the growing trend towards hybrid working in Canada and the benefits it brings for both employers and employees. If you're interested in learning more about the survey and its findings, you can read the full article here:
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