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the future of work to be hybrid. 83% of workers in our study said a hybrid model would be optimal. The future of work will be characterized by complexity and managing differences. Organizations will struggle to provide working models that satisfy the needs of all workers, all the time. Workforce policies were built around in- person workers.
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