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Hybrid Work Needs Hybrid Regulation

Over the past century, regulation of businesses and employment has gradually developed to protect workers, support societal goals, and drive economic growth. While the level of regulation varies by region, industry, and type of company, general rules are applied in relation to working conditions, hours and pay, diversity and inclusion, privacy, and other important aspects. These regulations have slowly evolved to balance the needs of businesses, workers, and societies, so what happens when those needs change dramatically and rapidly, as we have seen with the COVID-19 pandemic? How can we regulate new, dynamic, and flexible hybrid work models? “The conversation has shifted to a wholly reimagined model of work; one that isn’t reliant on a centralized office for conducting business. Some employees will continue to work remotely from locations all over the world and some may be ready to return to the office. Most likely, staff will expect the flexibility to do both,” says Robert […]

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