A new report from JLL shows that while hyper-hybrid workers may be the most empowered, they are also dealing with the most mental health challenges.
JLL’s Workplace Preferences Barometer report shows that hyper-hybrid workers are struggling with adapting to evolving workplace arrangements. According to Flore Pradère, Work Dynamics Research Director at JLL, this has led these professionals to require more employer support to obtain healthy daily routines.
As simple as it seems to split time between home and the office, 36% of hyper-hybrid workers are actually seeking a third space to work in, such as coffee shops, coworking spaces, and hotel lounges.
“External venues offer small teams the opportunity to come together and collaborate in a very professional environment,” said Pradere.
“This type of place also favors connections with people from outside the organization. The change of scenery in itself can bring benefits, both for groups and individuals seeking inspiration.”
Hybrid work arrangements have always been intended to provide workers with the best of both worlds, but finding an alternative solution that is outside the home and main office could be the missing link to creating a truly successful model.