Hybrid working found to create healthier workforces
A new study has discovered that hybrid working leads to a healthier workforce. This is due to workers having more time to exercise, sleep, and make healthy eating choices.
The research conducted by IWG, the world’s leading operator of flexible workspaces, investigated more than 2000 hybrid workers working habits.
The data has revealed that the time saved by less commuting has led to multiple health and well-being benefits. This includes weight loss, better cooking behaviours, improved mental health and a longer night’s sleep.