Adapting to the Hybrid Work Model

Liezel Porras
May 6, 2022

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have adopted the means to be completely virtual and allow a work-from-home model for our staff. Adjusting to a new work routine and environment was a gradual process—difficult for some—but once we overcame the challenges, many of us saw and appreciated its benefits. We have improved work-life balance and continued to operate at the same, if not higher, levels of productivity and efficiency.

Many of us had firsthand experience of virtual meeting fatigue while working from home. Following the lifting of COVID lockdowns—its limitations and restrictions—Xillium is now transitioning to a hybrid work setup. The hybrid work model provides our staff a location-flexible arrangement in which they can work on-site if needed, but can also choose to work from home on some days. This dynamic allows us to still perform at the same level of productivity and balance virtual and in-person meetings.


Liezel is a senior writer at Xillium, holding a degree in literature. Prior to joining the company, she spent six years mentoring foreign Asian students to improve their English communication skills in a web-based education. Her academic involvement included developing and revising instructional materials and content. Liezel's career in distance learning has honed her skills in communication, management, research, and technology.