Remote/Hybrid Work in 2023

Ilir Pruthi
3 min readFeb 20


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Are you curious about what the future of remote work looks like? As more and more businesses embrace flexible working arrangements, it is important to stay up-to-date with the latest trends.

Remote Employment is Here to Stay

It is clear that remote work is here to stay even if the labor market weakens. In December 2021, research experts at Ladders predicted that “25% of all professional jobs in North America will be remote by end of 2022”. This is a nearly sixfold increase relative to September 2019, before the pandemic. Granted, this prediction did focus on jobs salaried at $100,000 and up, but it still wasn’t that far from actual numbers.

The Game of Decisions for Employers

The shift to remote work has been an overwhelming success for both employers and employees during the pandemic. Considering that the future of remote work continues to be uncertain, employers are facing a very challenging hiring market, with many workers now preferring to work remotely. This preference for remote work complicates employer decisions, since they must find ways to attract and keep qualified workers in a competitive market.

Add to this the differences between managers and employees, and one could say that things are looking a little complicated.

Fundamental Change to the Workplace

The fundamental changes to the workplace due to remote work have prompted organizations to face a series of historic challenges, such as a competitive talent landscape, an exhausted workforce, and pressure to control costs.

To address these issues, companies need to pay attention to their employees welfare and invest in adoption of telecommuting tools. This will help them ensure smooth implementation of remote work and that employee productivity remains at its highest level, not to mention that this is an important step for employers looking to ensure that their employees can work from home sustainably.

Finally, companies should also look at how they can provide more support and training for managers who now have to manage remote workers. By providing the right support and resources for employees and managers, companies can ensure that their remote workforce is able to thrive.

In Conclusion…

Remote work is here to stay and is only set to become more prevalent in the coming years. As remote work becomes more commonplace, businesses must look at ways to provide employees with flexible hours and better work-life balance. Additionally, employers should consider the benefits of remote employment and how it could improve their operations.

The future of remote work in 2023 is looking brighter than ever! With the end of the pandemic a few months away, many organizations are looking to transition to a hybrid workplace model. This model offers employees the flexibility to work from home part-time or full-time depending on their needs.

For employees, remote work (or a hybrid model even) offers greater flexibility to create a work-life balance that works for them, as well as an improved sense of wellbeing. Remote work also allows employees to avoid long commutes and to work in environments that are more comfortable and productive for them.

For employers, offering remote-work options is essential to attracting and retaining top talent in a highly competitive job market. Moreover, remote work allows employers to expand their talent pool by hiring employees from different cities and states. Finally, remote work can help increase productivity and engagement, as well as reduce overhead costs associated with office space.