We are facing a crisis, and I’m not talking about the COVID pandemic. Business leaders have forecast a great resignation when borders open, but we’re already starting to see this happen before travel resumes.
This crisis stems from the way we measure value before we even hire an employee.
Despite the hopes of migration allowing us to return to business as usual, our…Continue
Once upon a time, remote working was perceived as an escape from workplace politics, a day to avoid the crowded commute and a chance to focus on getting your work done autonomously - working how and where you want away from the distractions of office life.
Working from home should offer a time of calm concentration, a chance to throw on comfortable clothing and work how you feel most effective doing so balanced…Continue
Since the first wave of COVID in 2020, ways of working have rapidly evolved. We seem to have finally arrived at an equilibrium of flexible working, where employees are offered more freedom and choice than ever before, but is that really the case? Is there really even such a thing as a true part-time role anymore?
Part-time workers were hit first and hardest when the pandemic started. The BBC shared a study…Continue
With flexi-work arrangements in place to allow more people to work from home (after a year of lockdown, restrictions and snap-lockdowns), you’d think the added flexibility gives employees more freedom. Why is it that many actually report feeling more burnt out than ever…Continue