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Over half of hybrid office workers plan to ‘work from anywhere’

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For 57% of office workers can claim the new holiday mantra sun, sea and …spreadsheets as they plan to work from holiday destinations with Spain, Italy and France being the most popular choices. 88% of workers plan to ‘work from anywhere’ in the coming year, with 57% adding on time to their holiday this year […]

Health and wellbeing support needs to adapt as 45% are hybrid working

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Research revealed today by Towergate Health & Protection shows that on average 45% of employees are now working on a hybrid basis, splitting their time between working from home and their usual place of work. The survey of 500 HR decision makers from businesses of all sizes across the UK highlights Towergate Health & Protection’s […]

Revamp your home office to welcome summer

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With summer nearly here, now is the time to consider updating elements of your home office space to prepare for the new season. In this guide, we’ll offer some ways you can enhance your home office décor to embody the delightful feeling of summer, as well as tips for how to prepare your workspace for […]

UK employers ‘fail to support workers’ needs for remote and hybrid workspaces’

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A survey of UK employers and employees gives insight into the lack of provision for remote and hybrid office workers to carry out their roles. While only just over half (56%) of employers admit they regularly check in with all employees to enquire about their health and wellbeing and 55% provide laptops, 73% of employees […]

Only one in five offices has a hybrid working policy in place

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New research released today shows a lack of planning and investment in hybrid working is threatening to derail a widespread successful return to the office. The research, conducted by Opinium for Ricoh Europe, polled 3,000 office workers across the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain. It found they remain cautious about returning […]

How to encourage productivity and wellbeing amongst office returners

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Matt Ephgrave (pictured), Managing Director at Just Eat for Business, on how to help employees adapt into their new working routine while prioritising well-being in the office and at home… Last month, the scrapping of Plan B guidelines gave businesses the go ahead to bring their staff back to the office, with most adopting a […]

Lessons learned and future outlooks: Remote working is here to stay

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By Jürn-Christian Hocke, Interim Head of Faculty of Arts at Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) Before the pandemic forced companies and businesses to move most of their work remotely, there were (generally very widespread) concerns about the home office among both staff and management. You would idle away all your time and not […]

These are the most popular artists and songs to work to – in the office and at home

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Working remotely during the pandemic has meant that more people are opting for a hybrid working routine – doing a combination of working from home and from the office, allowing for more flexibility than ever. With the social pressures and office politics forgotten, remote working has allowed people to enjoy listening to their guilty pleasure songs that they may not be comfortable playing in […]

Which are the UK’s most productive and over-worked cities?

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Work management software Scoro has released a new study focusing on productivity in the UK. Based on a survey of over 2,000 respondents, it offers fascinating insights on the most productive cities and sectors, as well as where people feel most overworked, their attitude towards hybrid working and the key distractions for office and remote […]

These are the sectors that are embracing hybrid working

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Property specialist Cluttons has found that office demand will subsequently decrease in the short to medium term. However, some industries should think twice before shedding city centre office space post pandemic. With one-third of workplace activities in the UK carried out remotely without any loss of activity, there will be an increase in hybrid and home […]