Thu. Aug 18th, 2022

Demand for hybrid work has increased after the pandemic as telecommuting workers experience more productivity from home. 15% of the UK workforce has been converted to hybrids to meet demand.

An analysis of over 890,000 job advertisements found that 57,609 (15%) roles were listed as hybrid job opportunities.

PA Recruitment Specialist Oriel Partners completed a study on hybrid work by analyzing LinkedIn job postings to report on the post-pandemic, growing demand for a flexible work environment.

Additional Support A YouGov survey found that people who work in a hybrid way have increased their productivity levels.

A study by Oriel Partners found that of the 896,279 jobs registered on social networking platforms, 794,184 were field-registered.

46,213 (5%) of the jobs were completely remote-based, mostly in the IT and computing sectors and in the financial services industry.

The Information Technology and Services sector had the highest number of hybrid roles listed in June compared to other sectors.

The top five industries operating a hybrid approach for employees are information technology and services, financial services, marketing and advertising, and construction and civil engineering.

Across the UK, Oxford is the most flexible, with 90% of the region advertised in hybrid roles, and in the City of London 64% of roles are listed as hybrid jobs.

Auria Heanley, Director of Oriel Partners said: “We have seen a shift in companies trying to get their employees back to the field as they learn to live with the coronavirus, but many are seeing the benefits of working from home as remote work becomes the new norm during the pandemic.

Employees are saving significant amounts on travel and other expenses, and many prefer to work from the comfort of their own home. According to the survey, 47% of people To increase employee retention and productivity levels, I think employers should consider this as part of a hybrid working approach.”

Google searches for hybrid jobs hit an all-time high this year, and interest has risen throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

According to a YouGov survey of 1,000 people conducted by Oriel Partners, when asked about the type of work environment, more than half (54%) of respondents cited hybrid as their preferred way of working.

Respondents’ productivity levels show that telecommuters are on the rise. 47% say they are most productive at home and 43% say they are most productive in the office.

Nearly half (42%) admitted that they would like to travel and work remotely using the benefits of hybrid work.

Auria Heanley, Director of Oriel Partners, added: “You have to make yourself attractive to candidates who want to be part of a team, and many are now looking for a flexible work environment.

We discovered that the secretary market is like nothing we’ve seen before! Salaries have skyrocketed due to demand, and hybrid work models are more important than ever to attract the best talent. About 90% of Oriel Partners applicants are looking for some sort of remote work!”

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