With ?normal? life feeling more out of reach than ever, 2021 looks set to be just as disruptive and unpredictable as 2020. Here, Harry Fenner, shares four ways he’s helping his team to beat the January blues.
The culture of how we work has undergone immense change over the last thirty years. But why has it? And how will it continue to change?
Here’s how to make the most of your days working at home.
The two biggest challenges facing working parents are flexible working arrangements and the cost of childcare. Policies and platitudes aren’t enough. Here’s why so many UK parents feel the pressure of imposter syndrome while juggling work and life.
Earlier this month, BNY Mellon attempted to ban all its UK employees from remote working, only to make a swift U-turn two days later following a backlash from employees and equality campaigners. While the banking giant ?takes a few months to reconsider its approach?, Nigel Davies, founder of digital workplace Claromentis, pens an open letter.
Employees may demand a more flexible environment, says columnist Jan Cavelle, but without proper support, they could end up miserable.??
Will the rise of the gig economy be the death of the office, or perhaps just the death of the office as we know it?
New research suggests that flexible working hours can make a business outperform others. But it’s not without its risks.
Dave Chaplin suggests the prime minister’s Good Work Plan will be put in jeopardy because the off-payroll tax HMRC wants to impose will exploit the self-employed.
With the UK experiencing its longest heatwave since 1976, now is a good time to consider your building design and energy use to ensure you keep your office cool but your carbon emissions and energy bills low.
Four years since flexible working regulations were introduced, research from the Smarter Working Initiative reveals three quarters of UK employees now consider the option as crucial when selecting a new role.
In his latest entry for Founders Diaries, Mungo Park weighs up the pros and cons of recruiting staff on a part-time basis to plug gaps in key areas of your business.