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Hybrid work

By News Desk
February 13, 2024

Pakistan, like many other nations, is experiencing a transformative phase in how we approach work. The accelerated adoption of remote work during recent years has not only proven the resilience of our workforce but has also highlighted the need for a nuanced approach to employment practices. The concept of hybrid work models, blending in-person and remote work, is gaining traction globally. Striking the right balance is crucial.

Hybrid work

Employers and policymakers must collaborate to create flexible frameworks that harness the benefits of both remote and in-person work, fostering productivity and employee satisfaction. To make this transition sustainable, we must invest in accessible digital infrastructure, upskill the workforce for a digital future, and craft policies that not only accommodate but empower the diverse array of professionals across the country.

Aisha Baig