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The Future of Work: A Hybrid Model

ANWESH: International Journal of Management & Information Technology

Volume 7 Issue 2

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Akansh Garg | Author(s) Affiliation: University of Engineering and Technology, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.
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Workplace culture includes beliefs, attitudes, practices, rules, norms, and customs. Ideal workplace culture focuses on activities that build and demonstrate trust. A strong form of core values that all respect and practice of employees help build positivity and efficiency in the work environment. This article examines the positivity and effectiveness of an on-site and hybrid working model from Austria. And a research question is raised that relates to the difference between negative and positive attitudes towards different working environments while monitoring aspects of respect and dignity, support, care, rewards, forgiveness, and inspiration, and asks whether these are fundamentally different and represent different theoretical mechanisms. Mixed research methods (quantitative and qualitative) using the medium of WhatsApp were applied. Based on chi-square tests, we found significant differences in 25 of the 29 where statements hybrid workers are more likely to support, nurture, reward, forgive and inspire than cubicle workers. In four cases the test found no significant difference in respect and dignity dimensions: in the treatment of each respectfully, demonstrating integrity, enhancing each other’s dignity, and showing appreciation for each other. As the obtained data shows, organizations that offer a hybrid work model obviously have a very high score for positivity and effectiveness in providing the best place to work. A hybrid model maybe an unavoidable measure for some organizations. Interview data provide a clearer picture of some advantages and disadvantages. Current data seems to reveal that these benefits persist as companies’ transition to hybrid work at scale and pace.

Keywords: Austria, Efficiency, On-site and hybrid workplace culture, Positivity.

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