Revisiting productivity and remote work: part two of a series looking at shifting working practices, distributed and hybrid work.
This week: working from home, hybrid offices, climate, Gen Z, AI and UBI, the surprising lessons we’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Organisations and governments need to be convinced by at least one of the four main arguments for the four-day week.
Why are workers experiencing higher levels of fatigue and stress and what strategies can be used to increase motivation?
From presenteeism to the hybrid workforce. What changes when remote working is here to stay?
Working from home has become so routine during COVID-19 the arrangement even enjoys its own texting friendly abbreviation.
After the coronavirus pandemic, will managers better understand the needs of staff with family responsibilities?
How the four-day work week conversation gains new momentum and new converts in the time of COVID-19.
With the COVID-19 lockdown has come a sudden and somewhat forced shift to remote working and adoption of digital collaborative work tools. Companies, wherever possible, are trying to move work online.
Productivity and remote working: what individuals and managers can do while working from home.
Are we heading into a future where workers will have their daily work practices dictated by an algorithm?