Hybrid work describes a regime that is currently massively finding its way to many different working environments. If you look at 'on-site' and 'remote', you can see these terms as two ends of a continuum. On one end, an employee works 100% at the office, on the other, he or she works 100% elsewhere.
Thanks to advanced digital developments, it is now possible to start mixing these up, and finding other ways of working along the continuum. With 'hybrid work', it's possible to easily switch between working in the office, and other locations. Digital solutions enable this way of working through audio and video streaming, and content sharing.
For example, teachers can be in a classroom with half of their students there as well, and the other half following the class from their laptops at home. A medical expert can advise colleagues in other countries, from their own office in the hospital where they work. Sales representatives who are often on the road to visit customers, can keep in touch with their HQ at all times.
In short, hybrid work is a balance between on-site and remote, and makes the work environment a playground that respects your productivity and boosts your work-life balance.