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Purpose: Recent Pandemic paved the way for a hybrid work model; wherein employees can work from the office or work from home, or work from anywhere. The concept of working from anywhere offers flexibility and autonomy to employees. This study explores the impact of work from anywhere on employee’s productivity. Design/Methodology/Approach: Data was collected from 250 CEO’s who have worked in both work from office and work from home. Findings: The study argues that productivity is better during work from anywhere. Analysis of emotional health also shows that emotional health is better during work from anywhere than during work from the office, based on employee relationships. The data shows that the productivity did improve during work from anywhere as compared to working from office. In addition, the study argues that that financial health is better during work from anywhere when compared with working from the office. Originality/Value: The research contributes significantly to organizations that are adopting a hybrid work model.