The hybrid work model will affect 85% of Spanish organizations

Hybrid work in Spain is going to be present in most organizations in the short term. This is what emerges from the report prepared by Logitech, a company specializing in consumer electronics and video collaboration technologies, and microsoft, with IDG Research.

The research, based on Spanish companies with more than 100 employees and performing office tasks, reveals that 85% of Spanish companies will have hybrid working models in 2023; being already 64% of Spanish companies that have joined this trend.

As explained in the report itself, more and more companies are surrendering to hybridization, while companies that are currently not prepared or do not have the necessary resources to implement the hybrid work model, will make the leap from Next year. And the fact is that the implementation of these new work methodologies will be a condition of permanence in the market.

“The health crisis has not been the seed of new work models, but the accelerator of a transformation that was already underway. Now, it is no longer about being flexible if the conditions require it, but about creating a new work environment adapted to the new needs and requirements of today’s society”explains María Jesús Gras, Logitech’s head of enterprise Iberia.

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Labor flexibility and employee satisfaction

As extracted from the study, the commitment to hybrid work environments has been driven by the greater Labor flexibility (71%), increased employee satisfaction (64%), reduced operating costs (60%), improved collaboration (58%) and talent attraction (51%).

In addition, the analysis indicates that the implementation of the hybrid work model supposes the productivity increase in the employee in 39% of cases. Nevertheless, “productivity in the post-covid Spanish business fabric needs to be redefined, since neither the market is stable nor the added value of the employee is the same”, Grass points out.

However, addressing these changes requires a redesign of office spaces and investment in enabling technologies. “The nature of work has changed, and now it is geared towards innovating and solving complex business problems in a collaborative, agile and continuous way”, Grace concludes.

A new labor scenario that brings with it a whole series of changes in work habits and new collaborative needs that companies must take into account in their strategies, betting on innovation and the implementation of all the necessary technological tools to adapt to the new requirements. present and future society.

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