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Hybrid Work

The definition of "hybrid work".

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Hybrid work is an employment model where the employee works both remotely and at the employer's location.

Hybrid work means the employee is permitted by the employer to work remotely, for example at home, but must come into the employer's location, for example, an office, part of the time.

Hybrid work is generally a flexible employment model, but most employers in the hybrid model usually require their employees to come into the employer's location at least part of the week. For example, it is a common hybrid work model if the employer and the employee agree that the employee shall work from home on Monday and Friday (i.e. two days per week) but must work in the office for the rest of the work week.

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