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Fintan Burke and Alison White of independent workplace designers, PLACEmaking, explore how organisations can meet the demand for workplace change post-COVID.
The pandemic showed that sudden and drastic changes to traditional ways of working can be made without the reduction in productivity many pre-COVID 19 feared. This has dramatically challenged many of the preconceptions and received assumptions about the way we work, where we work and what levels of management supervision...
Here, Alison White discusses navigating the 'new normal' - how will changes to ways of working during the COVID-19 crisis stay with us?
We stand at a critical moment in the changing nature of work and our relationship to it. PLACEmaking takes a look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on how and where we work.
Here, PLACEmaking looks ahead to how the changes made to our ways of working during the COVID-19 crisis could decide the workplace of the future.
Here, Fintan Burke at PLACEmaking discusses what the post-COVID working world could look like and how this imminent future is fused with mental health.
COVID-19 has changed the way we work - now more than ever organisations and the people that work for them are reconsidering their approaches to how and when they chose to travel to office spaces.
Here, Nicholas Morgan from PLACEmaking discusses how the aftermath of COVID-19 will fundamentally alter perceptions of work, and why businesses should use this as an opportunity for positive change in the workplace.
Here, Alison White and Fintan Burke discuss post-COVID return to the workplace and what that future could look like.
PLACEmaking discuss the future of the workplace after COVID-19, particularly the change of location for the organisation HQ fora flexible workforce.
Here, PLACEmaking assess what the post-pandemic workplace will look like, as organisations have been forced to become much more adaptable.
PLACEmaking examine how ways of working will have changed after the Covid-19 pandemic with a shift from working in offices.
Open Access Government spoke to seven technology experts to get their advice on how organisations can effectively transition and manage a remote workforce.
The HQ of the future will be smaller and more innovative: PLACEmaking examine how agile working is changing office estate.
What can organisations do to make better use of unused office spaces? PLACEmaking examine how a different approach could change the way we think about shared workspaces.
PLACEmaking provides a detailed insight into the decline of young workers accepting jobs in traditional offices, highlighting the need for employers to adapt to the modern working world.
PLACEmaking considers if emphasising the ‘artificial’ in AI distracts from the range of benefits that are there to be exploited in the Smarter Workplace.
According to a survey by the Personal Group, there has been a 20% drop in workplace happiness over the past three years. Alison White, at PLACEmaking discusses if Smart Working has contributed to this.
In this detailed insight from Placemaking, we find out if smart working is contributing to the rising levels of employee unhappiness and dissatisfaction.
PLACEmaking discuss loneliness in Smart Working environments, and how to encourage social interaction for the benefit of employees
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