Tag Archives: flexible work
Like any major change, switching to a remote/hybrid work model takes time, training and perseverance. These 3 keys will enable organizations to successfully embrace a flexible hybrid work model, while giving teams the tools and training they need to work productively.
April 30, 2021
After a year of dressing comfortably rather than smartly, what will the new office dress code look like? While some people are eager to embrace a new personal style, others are finding the transition more difficult. Perhaps the solution is to dress to reflect one’s personality and workplace needs, rather than conforming to old norms.
April 29, 2021
Richard Smith, the founder and CEO of Office Freedom, shares 30+ years of flexible office industry knowledge in a new podcast series.
April 22, 2021
Understanding Generation Z’s sources of motivation is critical to attracting, supporting, engaging and retaining them in a multigenerational workplace. New Knoll research explores what makes this young cohort — the newest generation entering the workplace — tick.
April 15, 2021
Anita Darden Gardyne, President & CEO of Onēva discusses how offering caregiver benefits can help prevent brain drain and help employees bring their whole selves to work.
April 9, 2021
How is a remote worker different from digital nomad? Or it is just a trendier way of saying the same thing? In this article, digital nomad Andy Stofferis explains the pros and cons of working with digital nomads and how to make long-distance collaboration work.
March 31, 2021
Brie Reynolds from FlexJobs chats about remote work best practices–from hiring to onboarding–how remote work has evolved over the past 14 years, and what skills are needed to thrive in remote jobs.
March 26, 2021
The workplace we knew before the pandemic has gone away. Employees are pushing for hybrid and flexible work, which is forcing companies to rethink their workplace strategies. Here’s what we know about the future of work.
March 23, 2021
One workplace operator recommends following the “30% rule” as companies start bringing workers back to the office. Surveying employees every 30 days, bringing in 30% of people, and waiting for 30% of staff to be vaccinated are just some of its suggested rules.
March 22, 2021
Only 12% of workers want to work from home all the time (Gensler). Most prefer either a hybrid approach or to be back in the office full-time. Why? Because employees crave face-to-face meetings and collaboration. Also, too much time spent working from home is putting strain on work/life separation, leading to stress and burnout.
March 19, 2021
Rather than drawing workers near to the office, the new mentality is to bring the office to the people. As millions of people consider relocating as a result of remote work, it’s clear that many people are happily embracing the opportunity to live a more suburban, and affordable, life.
March 12, 2021
In a hybrid workforce world, it’s not only about the plexiglass. It’s about the person. Laura Vierling from Perkins+Will explores the design requirements of the post-pandemic workplace for unique requirements and personalities.
February 18, 2021
In his new book, author John O’Duinn provides guidance on how to successfully transition from the Information Age to the Distributed Age. The ultimate takeaway is to be hyper focused on organization and operations, and take relentless baby steps.
February 8, 2021