The hybrid holiday: a quest for work/leave balance

The work-from-anywhere perk is evolving apace. So-called workcations are set to become increasingly popular, but how can employers ensure that these alleviate, rather than fuel, burnout?

Photos of laptops perched on beaches and mountainsides are popping up all over people’s LinkedIn feeds, illustrating how working from anywhere (WFA) is fast becoming a signature benefit of the new world of employment. 

The number of adverts for jobs offering remote work on LinkedIn and Indeed in the UK increased by 329% between January 2020 and March 2022, while the number of related searches leapt by 790% over the same period. 

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