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Office revamps, when implemented successfully, could be the key to increasing overall efficiency, productivity and employer competitiveness.
There are numerous benefits of working from home for disabled workers, who have been the worst affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in their careers.
Over 6.5 million people in the UK are expected to leave their job in the next year, indicating that those with the poorest job quality are the most likely to have an intention to quit.
Here, Alison White explores how the COVID-19 working from home trend has changed attitudes away from commuting into cities towards staying local.
Do we still need meeting rooms? What the 6 types of pre-pandemic office ‘meetings' can teach us about the future of the workplace
Micael Johnstone, Strategy and Future of Organisations Expert and Co-Founder of Wading Herons, provides thought leadership on smarter working from a human resources perspective.
Alison White of PLACEmaking asks what impact the post-COVID pandemic workplace has had on the traditional office meeting room.
Almost half of working people are at risk of job burnout, and people working from home are more likely to feel this way, as almost one in ten are burning out.
The last two years created psychological strain, with the pandemic sparking feelings of uncertainty about both professional and personal futures - creating issues for employee mental health.
Alison White of PLACEmaking reflects on how career development might be influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic and the move to hybrid working.
Kieron Murphy, Chief Customer Officer at Matrix Booking, explores the concept of smart sharing, explaining that public bodies seek a digitally assisted transition towards cross-organisation working
Alison White, co-founder workplace designers and change advisers PLACEmaking, discusses the shift in our mentality towards a work-life balance post pandemic
Alison White of PLACEmaking considers whether the 2000’s Big Tech influenced ‘Goofy’ headquarters offices have a place in the future.
Pierre Bérastégui, Researcher at the European Trade Union Institute illustrates why urgent action is required to strengthen legal framework of remote work
Nikolas Kairinos, CEO, Soffos.ai, believes that soft skills are crucial for remote and flexible roles, and offers advice on how to move up the career ladder into positions that better utilise individuals’ abilities.
Clare Aris, senior consultant, Entec Si, explores how the health care sector can implement remote or hybrid working while maintaining high standards of care.
Mark Paget Skelin, Partner at law firm Bevan Brittan LLP, explains his predictions concerning the appearance of the Higher Education estate in a post-COVID world.
Neil Debenham, renowned business trouble-shooter, consultant and private equity specialist, explores why businesses should ignore employee engagement only at their peril.
Erin Eatough, Behavioral Science Manager, BetterUp, explores why hybrid working has elevated the importance of employee wellbeing .
Brendan Street, Head of Charity, Nuffield Health, ponders the latest workplace epidemic Hybrid Burnout and how to help staff manage the psychological stress of balancing home and office working.