Forget the past...
Long gone are the days of dial-up internet, painfully slow printers and the strict ‘clock in at 9 and out at 5’ day-in, day-out monotony.
Thankfully, times have changed and the present and future is driven by flexibility, adaptability
and continual development.
The future is here...
With home working and flexible hours on the rise, businesses must adapt in order to support the expectations of their employees.
A whopping 65% of offices surveyed for the Future of the Workplace report use ‘hot-desking’ and encourage more flexible ways of working, you can discover more when you download a free copy of the report here: http://bit.ly/FOTW_report
Businesses are thinking more about how to support their people, which in turn increases staff
well-being and productivity.
The survey revealed that employees are looking for more from their workplaces...
- More well-being and support initiatives
- More flexible working hours
- More valuable training opportunities
- More flexible working locations
Who’s getting it right?
● At the launch of the Future of the Workplace report we heard from Old Mill who have implemented 3D/VR into their workspace, to create a place that their team can enjoy and be proud of.
● LiveWest have invested in positive employee engagement and well-being, they say this has positively impacted staff fulfilment, development and performance, which is reflected in the company’s success and productivity.
To encourage maximum flexibility in your workplace we recommend ‘activity-based’ working. Discover more about this innovative way of working in the Future of the Workplace report.
For our next post, we will be looking at well-being in the workplace, what companies are doing and where the best practice can be found.
Get ready to revolutionise the way that you and your colleagues work! Download the Future of the Workplace report: http://bit.ly/FOTW_report
Photo Credit: iDesign