A Review on Hybrid Work and Work Performance During Post-Pandemic


The purpose of this article review is to investigate the relationship between hybrid work and work performance post-pandemic Covid-19. The analysis is based on several publications pertaining to the impact of the post-COVID-19 pandemic on the perspective on hybrid work and work performance. A search in the Google Scholar database using the search string [”Hybrid work” AND “Work Performance” AND ”Post Pandemic”] was conducted in September 2022. Several documents were then filtered based on the criteria needed according to the PRISMA stages, such as year of publication, subject areas, type of document, category of access, and English language. Data was gathered from relevant papers published during the post-pandemic that occurred from 2020 to 2022 in the field of human resources, management, social science and humanities. After being reviewed for eligibility, only the most pertinent documents were chosen for further investigation. The findings suggested, to meet the new and emerging needs of hybrid workers, both physical and digital workplaces must be revamped in response to the post COVID-19 pandemic

Keywords: Hybrid work; Work Performance; Post Pandemic; Covid-19

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