Hybrid working is the leading workplace trend in recent years. Until recently only the most forward-thinking companies gave their staff the possibility to work partly from home or other external locations. Today flexibility has almost become the norm for any type of organisation. Naturally the Covid pandemic has facilitated this explosion of remote working. Whether voluntarily or out of necessity, nearly every company has introduced the concept in some form. Although many initially viewed this as a temporary change, an irreversible trend has emerged. Today flexible working is a widely accepted concept in which time and place are subordinate to the actual performance. Moreover, concerns surrounding employee productivity are slowly receding. In fact, according to the Gartner 2021 Digital Worker Experience Survey, 43 % of employees indicate that flexibility has enabled them to get more work done.