Discipline is Key for West Chester Resident, One of Many Hybrid Workers Heading Down the Shore  

Image via Cape May County.

Hybrid workers in the Philadelphia region are taking advantage of the warmer weather. Some hit the road on Thursday night to head down the shore and work on the beach for Friday. A West Chester client manager also seizes this opportunity, writes Lizzy McLellan Ravitch for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Mark Evangelista of Lexis Nexis was working fully remote when he started to take long weekends to Avalon and Cape Cod. To make this schedule work, he said that discipline is key.  

“If you want to take an hour lunch, just make sure you’re back at the computer or phone after an hour,” he said. 

Hybrid work arrangements are the new norm in the Philadelphia area. Traffic is heavier on Mondays with people commuting from the beach. However, some Delaware Valley residents have permanently settled on the shore, with a surge in beach home sales.  

Kastle reported a 42 percent occupancy rate of Philadelphia offices in mid-May, despite downtown stakeholders’ suggestions that in-person workers will increase.  

Read more about hybrid workers in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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