Advanced economies are trying to improve productivity. The 4-day week and hybrid working are promoted as a solution.
Applying a strict return to office policy may result in resignations and could also harm future talent attraction.
There is recognition that enforced remote working is over. Now we can implement the hybrid working dream. But how? Our hybrid working guide will help.
Five UK stats; the attitudes to working from home by age & salary, the industries that are fans and the reason bosses want remote working.
Big tech firms like Microsoft, Google & Apple have the budgets to experiment with new work models. So what can we learn from them?
No suitable desk, wasting time setting up and difficulty bonding with teammates can all cause hot desking anxiety. Result? Low morale, high staff churn.
Remote young workers, 18-25 year olds, are struggling with working from home. The key issues are networking, training, welfare, socialising and soft skills.
Two years after the first lockdown staff are anxious. Plan B Lockdown means weak company culture, silo information, Zoom fatigue and more.
Maybe permanently working from home is losing its attraction. Our hybrid work report reveals some interesting views of managers and staff.