What is Hybrid Working?

Hybrid working is a flexible business model where employees can divide their time between an office environment and remote working. Having this model in place allows for employees to seamlessly transition between the two environments without the need for approval first. 

The desire for hybrid working became popular following the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. People had been forced to work from home for nearly two years, with only online video calls for team collaboration. When given the choice, many companies provided employees the opportunity to work remotely and come into the office for a set number of days per week. This 2022 work trend has excelled and is now considered the ‘new normal’. 

Discover how you can incorporate hybrid working into your organisation with the help of our Hub & Flex solution. Ideal for small businesses, Argyll can provide a smaller office for part of your team, with complimentary hot-desking for the rest. It’s the new smart way to work!


What is the Difference Between Hybrid Working & Flexible Working?

There is one primary difference between hybrid working and flexible working. 

Hybrid working is where the employee has the flexibility to choose whether they work in the office or in a remote location, such as a coffee shop or at home. This blend in environments can be beneficial to helping stimulate inspiration and productivity. 

Flexible working is influenced more on timing. Instead of a traditional 9-5 work day, the start and finish hours could be adaptable to suit a better work/life balance for the employee.

The Benefits of a Hybrid Working Space in Holborn & Covent Garden

Being a highly accredited business postcode for law and technology firms, Holborn & Covent Garden also has the buzz of theatreland on its doorstep. Not only can you experience the excitement from the surrounding area, you can try hybrid working from our two midtown buildings: Central Court and Hudson House.  

When you decide to take the leap to a London hybrid working space in Holborn & Covent Garden, you can reap the benefits of:

• Flexible work environment 

• Improved work - life balance

• Increased productivity

Our central London hybrid working spaces can be accessed from the London Underground lines of the Central, Circle and Northern.


About Argyll

Argyll is a collection of exceptional workspaces in central London’s most desirable locations. For over twenty years we’ve been driven by a desire to create the finest workspace experience for our customers. We combine iconic addresses, elegant architecture and design with professional and attentive service. Every detail is considered to ensure our customer’s days run effortlessly.

With over 30 properties in the capital, we offer best in class private offices, coworking spaces, virtual offices, Holborn & Covent Garden event spaces and meeting rooms.