Employee and Hybrid Work Organization Learnings on Hybrid Work

Triggered by the global pandemic, work is happening from an integrated ecosystem of the office, home, and third places, with the office as the hub for connection and collaboration. To understand Hybrid Work better, Haworth has approached the topic observation and data on both employees and organizations. We have conducted two phases of research through surveys and conversations across NA (phase 1) and globally (phase 2). By partnering with Leesman for "The Hybrid Future" research, our organization has encouraged our employees to share their perspective on Hybrid work as part of a larger sample of corporate employees. This presentation will share some of the insights we have gathered as well as findings from the Leesman surveys. The 6 insights we have observed as well as the themes from "The Hybrid Future". Whether an organization has a hybrid policy or not, these findings are changing the way the office operates and can't be ignored.

Anjell Karibian, NCIDQ, LEED

Senior Workplace Research


Anjell is a member of Haworth’s Global Design, Innovation and Sustainability Team. Her focus is delivering market research and insights to Haworth clients. She leads her team in the management of field research studies that produce analytical data to inform intelligent workplace design.

Anjell has been a workplace knowledge leader at Haworth since 2015. Prior to Haworth, she worked in the architectural industry for several decades, most recently, as a principal of her own design and consulting practice. She has also worked in design leadership roles for notable firms such as Perkins + Will, SmithGroup JJR, and Rossetti Architects. She is an IIDA member and is NCIDQ and LEED accredited.

In addition to professional practice, Anjell has worked in academia. She has held adjunct faculty positions at colleges and universities such as Lawrence Technological University in Detroit Michigan, and Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti Michigan. Anjell graduated with honors from the Stamps School
of Art & Design at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Campus.

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