The world of work is changing. But what are the facts? At Space we wanted to know more about that change, and how businesses are embracing it (or not!).
Armed with the right information, it’s much easier for business leaders to make the right decisions for their organisation.
So, we conducted the Future of the Workplace survey and with the results and case studies from across Exeter businesses created the Future of the Workplace report.
Thanks to everyone who attended the launch, including Cathedral Appointments Ltd, IT Champion, LiveWest, Old Mill accountants and financial planners, OTB Eveling, The Family Law Company and many more.
The report is free to download here: Future of the Workplace Report
It is an exciting time for Exeter. Over the next 20 years, there are set to be 12,000 new homes built in the area. As the number of people in the area grows, so does the workforce and the demand for great places to work.
The report showcases the demand for quality workspaces, discusses how to incorporate flexible working options and identifies ways to support staff morale and productivity and much more. We think it’s relevant to all business leaders passionate about growing successful and happy workplaces.
What does the future of the workplace look like?
There has been a 47% rise in the number of tech jobs in Exeter since 2014. The report considers how technology can be used to drive growth, and includes advice on how to ensure your workplace is making best use of technology.
Employee well-being and happiness is becoming more important. Exeter was voted the best UK city for quality of life (Arcadis Investigating Britain: Cities Built for the Future 2018) and the survey findings and case studies presented in the report showcase best practice we can all learn from.
How can I prepare for the future?
Throughout the Future of the Workplace report, we share some of the ‘secrets’ to workplace success with inspiring case studies from the annual Space Awards.
Prepare your workplace for the future and sign-up to receive a digital copy of the Future of the Workplace report here: inspiringworkspaces.co.uk
The next post we’ll start looking in detail at one area - the physical workspace.
Thank you again to all the businesses who have got involved including Air Marketing, Astley Media, Bruce Brooker, Business Consultant, Cathedral Appointments, Chalk + Ward, Classic Pod Company, Corkscrew, Cosmic, Crowdcube, Devon County Council, Exeter Chamber, Exeter City Council, Exeter Science Park, Expedite, Good Growth, Grow Exeter Magazine, Hilton Barnfield, Humanscale, Lightfoot, LiveWest, Maistro PLC, MK Test Systems, Motiv-8, Nettl, Office Labs, Old Mill, OTB Eveling, Oxygen House, Savills, Stephens Scown Solicitors, Signs Express, Situ, Tech South West, The Workplace Wellness Company, The University of Exeter, Venaspace