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The prospect of shutting an office down can be appealing, but for most companies, it is still too early to tell how big of an office footprint is needed for its employees.

Hybrid work is no longer an abstract concept being considered as a viable return to work option, it’s here. Companies like Twitter, Facebook and Spotify have offered employees the opportunity to work from home or remotely forever. After pushback from employees, Google’s plan to return workers back to the office full-time has shifted to offering more flexibility, making it clear that employees no longer see flexibility and remote work as a privilege, but a right.

While these major companies make hybrid and flexible work sound simple in theory, it poses significant challenges and compliance risks and will open a new front in the war for talent. Below I discuss the risks, and potential opportunities, of hybrid work, and recommendations for how business leaders can successfully implement this new work model.

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