Hybrid working has become the pyramidal battleground between the authority of the company to define its working patterns and the right of the individual to select their own.
This point of tension rests upon an understandable, although some would say aged corporate view, that the pyramid of responsibility is client first, company second, team third and self, last. The outcome of this structure is to meet and exceed client expectations. With the pandemic and its legacy being a WFH and office cocktail, this
structural premise is being tested, with ‘self’ becoming defined as a right to choose where to work for many, with others see this premise as selfish as opposed to selfless.