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Journal: International Journal of Business Management & Research (IJBMR) (Vol.12, No. 1)

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Page : 71-82

Keywords : Hybrid-Workplace-Solution; Remote Working; Social Isolation; Social Loafing; Regenerative -Workplace & Job- Satisfaction;

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Corporates have long hassled to propose their employees with the finest potential working environment, one that encourages supreme productivity, efficiency, and revenue raising, as well as employee job satisfaction. Work from home was a frequent cost-cutting strategy used by corporations, but remote working has clearly resulted in relatively brief cost savings for many businesses, especially for small and medium businesses and startups. However, the long-term effects of some or all employees working from home have resulted in job unhappiness, social isolation/loafing, and non- collaborative work relationships, leading to greater stress among professionals, who must constantly juggle work and family life. The goal of this study is to learn about employee preferences for work environments as well as the impact of work environments on employees' subjective well-being with Hybrid-workplace solutions. Employee interests are investigated using a main survey that focuses on many facets of working remotely and operating from an office space, and the results can be used by employers in future regenerative workplace-design as solution, by considering all these variables.

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