A CMI survey shows 14% of hybrid working organisations plan to increase expected working in the office days in 2023, but the majority – 65% – either plan to stick to their current plans or decrease days in the office.
Nearly two thirds of employers who work in a hybrid way are planning to keep the same requirements for office days or to reduce them, according to a survey of managers, which finds 14% plan to increase office/site days.
The Chartered Management Institute’s most recent Manager’s Voice survey, conducted between 24th November and 2nd December 2022, polled 1,262 managers.
Overall 85% said that their organisation works in a hybrid way (84%) or fully remotely (1%). A further 2% said that their organisation currently doesn’t, but is considering moving to a hybrid approach. One in 10 said that their organisation does not use or cannot adopt a hybrid way of working.
Half of organisations working in a hybrid way expect staff to work a specific number of days in the offices or on site (51%). These were asked whether their organisation is planning to change the required number of days for staff to work in the office or on-site in 2023: