@lavenderlens I'm comfortable in either situation. I'd say to each their own, however I like both :D
@m2m absolutely and I think hybrid is a good fit for many. I miss the water cooler chats and Thursday/Friday drinks after. For me, though, office-based meant a 500 mile commute from Ireland so WFH rocks. I like the occasional on-site to break it up a little and I now travel door to door rather than through my normal place of work which used to be London.
@lavenderlens the chats in my London office happened at the cappuccino machine. Talk about posh stuff ha!
Later, when I and two colleagues left to co-found our agency, chats happened all over the place, but especially on tea breaks, which usually had an hourly cycle...
@m2m we were/are an agency of trainers, so we used to have a training floor and an admin floor. You could have lunch on either, and I would speak to colleagues from both at least every week or thereabouts whereas now I have to have a definite reason for a Teams call and it could be months.
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