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Hybrid workplace

A hybrid workplace is a type of workplace created to support employees working under a hybrid work model. These workplaces are defined by their flexible nature. Employees who work in a hybrid workplace can collaborate seamlessly with people who are either on-site or remote.

A hybrid workplace typically has a variety of space types so employees can be productive regardless of what kind of work they need to do. Assigned spaces, hot desk areas, and informal meeting areas are a few examples. Workplace technology is also key for organizations that adopt this style of workplace. These technologies include tools that support employee registration, hot desking, virtual whiteboards, and ubiquitous video calls.