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The Year of Hybrid: Five Workplace Predictions For 2021

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By Lieven Bertier, Workplace Segment Director, Barco ClickShare The Coronavirus pandemic caused perhaps the biggest and fastest shift in working practices that we’ve ever seen. But while we’re not yet out of the woods with Covid-19, and many businesses are still predominantly working remotely, what’s increasingly clear is that this terrible pandemic will not spell […]

11.42am: The time when PAs and administrative assistants are the most productive

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A new study has pinpointed the most productive and creative times of day for each profession, with the average UK worker being most effective around lunchtime. Brits are most productive late in the morning, at 11:54am, but feel most inventive during their midday break, reaching their creative peak at 12:42pm. The research, conducted by Tic Watches, […]

HUB XV TURNS ASCOT RACECOURSE INTO BUSINESS HUB

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The HUB XV community has now reopened the Business Hub at Ascot Racecourse, offering local companies, freelancers and those looking to reclaim their homes for their personal space the opportunity to enjoy a socially distanced co-working community with dedicated desk space and private meeting rooms. HUB XV at Ascot, which is based on the first floor of […]

COVID-19 is Accelerating Existing Workspace Trends as employees shun commuting

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The ‘commute’ was falling out of favour prior to the pandemic, as an increasing number of office workers started to embrace flexible working. A global survey by the infrastructure architects Weston Williamson & Partners of more than 2,000 commuters in 10 major cities revealed a pre-coronavirus reduction in commuting of 2-5%. 60% of managers and […]

Office Provider Installs Zoom Booths to meet Demand for Video Conferencing

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Flexible Workspace provider x+why is installing Zoom Booths in its office spaces as part of a range of post-coronavirus initiatives designed to encourage people back into the office. x+why has been adapting its workplaces to mirror the changes within the confines of public health and the shifting trends that need to be implemented in order […]

Conference rooms provider offers flexible office space

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A nationwide provider of conference and training facilities has announced that three of its eight venues will be available to rent as flexible office space on an hourly, daily, weekly or monthly basis. This move is in response to the changing shift in working habits and the predicted need for remote workers to meet regularly. […]

The workplace initiatives that employees want next

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Remote working is currently changing the working lives of millions and although it’s not a new concept – it turns out that many of employees would like it to continue. A recent survey by Perkbox found that now just nine per cent of employees would like to work completely from the office in the future. […]

Two-thirds of UK workers want to continue working from home, anxiety high about returning to offices

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As the UK government announces further easing of lockdown and stimulus for the economy, two-thirds of UK workers (61.6%) would also prefer to work from home in some capacity, even when the pandemic is over – with that number rising to three-quarters (74.9%) for those based in London. These are among the key findings from […]

How to implement staggered shifts

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Employment law expert and CEO of BrightHR Alan Price offers some advice… With lockdown measures lifting, your business may now look to return employees to work – at least, those who can’t continue in their role remotely. However, coronavirus now presents a significant operational problem. You may have to return many employees to an enclosed […]

What leave and flexible working are parents entitled to during the pandemic?

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Advice by Kate Palmer, Associate Director of Advisory at Peninsula With many children set to remain out of school for some time, employers who are trying to return to normal may see an increase in parents struggling with childcare. To this end, they must be familiar with the rights that working parents have. Denying employees […]

Business leaders embracing WFH as the ‘new normal’

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British businesses look set to be more flexible about working from home in the future – with nearly half of bosses believing it will save them money. A poll of 1,000 employers in the UK found prior to lockdown, just 45 per cent were comfortable with staff working away from the office. But seven in […]

Plan for a ‘phased return to normal’ advises business continuity expert

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Whether we use the ‘traffic light’ system suggested by two UCL academics or another method to exit the lockdown, businesses should prepare for a phased return. Peter Groucutt, managing director of business continuity and disaster recovery firm Databarracks has shared advice on what organisations need to consider when planning their lockdown exit. “When we come […]

Flexible co-working ‘fuelling office romances’

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It used to be down to catching the eye of your suitor at the water cooler, but now with the influx of co-working super offices with an average of 700 members per building, office romances are hitting record levels. Daily networking opportunities, huge open plan co-working areas and free beer are some of the features […]

UK ranked top for flexible working

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83% of UK companies allow their personnel or certain groups of employees one or more types of flexible working. That’s the conclusion offered in a joint study conducted by Protime, a specialist in time registration and personnel planning, and HR service provider SD Worx. Of all the countries surveyed, the United Kingdom is the number […]

Working mums: ‘We want more flexibility in the workplace’

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Women are a key part of a growing contingent workforce of freelancers, consultants and part-timers. Despite numerous government policies to attract more mothers back into the workplace, retention is still a significant struggle. To find out why this is the case, John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices, explores how employers can tackle retention issues […]

STUDY: Half of Brits plan to quit job this September

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Nearly half of Brits (49%) plan to quit their job on their return from summer holidays. The research by Wix also reveals that 1 in 3 plan to chuck in their day job to make travel a full-time gig, by starting their own businesses online. Of those surveyed, 69% of Brits dread returning to work, […]

Third of UK workers actively looking for a more flexible job

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71% of UK workers consider flexible working (in term of hours and location) as important to their job satisfaction. That’s according to research among more than 2,000 UK adults – all in full-time or part-time work – commissioned by NerdWallet. However, half (50%) cannot work remotely when they want or need to, and 46% have […]

Flexible working: The benefits and the rules

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Study after study is revealing that companies which offer flexible working conditions have happier staff, fewer absences and are more likely to attract and retain top talent. Lisa Carter reports… Flexible working is no longer seen as a perk, with employees now actively seeking places that allow them to better juggle the work/life balance. Events […]