Technological advancements and the transformation process accompanying the pandemic have brought about radical changes in workplaces. Perhaps the most apparent expression of this transformation process has been the creation of the hybrid working model. The hybrid working model refers to an arrangement where employees work at the office on certain days and from home or any remote location on other days. The hybrid working model provides a working arrangement that helps employees maintain a balance between their work life and personal life. Thanks to the flexibility of working from home, employees are able to transition more comfortably between their jobs and personal responsibilities. This situation not only has the potential to increase employees’ productivity but also positively contributes to their productivity due to generally less interruption when working from home. The hybrid working model can also increase job satisfaction among employees. Employees are generally more satisfied with their jobs when they achieve greater success in finding a work-life balance. Hybrid work can be used as a tool to facilitate this balance.

The hybrid working model also positively affects employees’ personal lives. The flexibility offered by working from home can bring significant advantages, especially for employees with children. The hybrid model also implies less commuting time, which can present outcomes that allow employees to use their time more productively.

This study aims to explain the advantages and disadvantages of the hybrid working model.

Keywords: Hybrid work, productivity, job satisfaction, work-life balance, remote work, flexible work, post-pandemic business world, technological change.