New Hybrid Work Study: A Strategic Perspective on Remote Work Dynamics

A landmark Stanford study published in Nature reveals that hybrid work models boost job satisfaction and reduce turnover. Conducted at, the research shows that two days of remote work significantly benefits employees, challenging traditional office productivity assumptions
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Alice Weil

Features Editor at The Executive Magazine

A groundbreaking randomised controlled trial published in Nature, a leading academic journal, has provided valuable insights into the hybrid work model, demonstrating its potential to enhance job satisfaction and reduce employee turnover compared to traditional five-day office workweeks.

The longstanding debate over the impact of remote work on...


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