Hybrid Work Is Here To Stay

According to a new survey, more than 60% of people would turn down a new job if it did not offer hybrid arrangements.

The latest CPL Salary Guide reveals that 66% of those surveyed want hybrid work.

Plus, almost 40% said that flexible and remote work provides a better work-life balance and increased job satisfaction.

Additionally, over 60% of workers are considering asking for a pay rise over the next 12 months.

This is partly due to cost of living pressures, and the fact that we are in a relatively full employment environment.

Barry Winkless, Chief Strategy Officer at Cpl Group and Head of the Future of Work Institute, said hybrid is here to stay.

“Hybrid working provides a major opportunity for talent and employers to come together in a blended working model.”

The main pro? “These models give employees more independence, while also providing employers with a wider talent pool from which to source candidates with niche skillsets.”

Mr Winkless said he expects to see pay rises between 3-4% this year, with hikes of up to 10% in high-demand sectors.

“Certain areas in tech, such as data and programming, are going to be very big, and in the legal profession, we are seeing big moves.”

Finally, the survey also found that nearly half of workers are considering changing jobs over the 12 months, while more than 70% are thinking about upskilling.


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