Work: What’s Next? The Good and Bad of the Hybrid Work Model

TV Interview for Global News on Remote Work. The interview was conducted in English and released in 2021.

Global News

Work is changing. The days of 9 to 5 are gone and working from home is no longer just for telecommuters. More and more people are becoming hybrid workers, combining traditional office hours with working from home.

While this can be a great way to make your life more flexible, it also has some drawbacks.
Some people find it hard to focus on their work when they work from home (especially if they do not have an office environment to motivate them).

It can also be difficult to manage your time effectively when you spend so much time alone and have no one to support you in completing your tasks.

I was invited on Global News to weigh-in on the future of the Canadian workplace and the pros and cons of the hybrid work model.

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JN Reyt

I am an associate professor of organizational behavior at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, where I conduct research on the future of work and conflict resolution in the workplace.

I teach organizational behavior and negotiation at all academic levels. I also lead negotiation workshops for corporations and work one-on-one with managers as a negotiation coach.

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