While some offices are getting people back to the office, others are promoting remote working. There are a lot of benefits to this arrangement, but it can be challenging to stay focused. Here are 7 tips to help you keep distractions at a minimum.
For many of us, the traditional 9-5 working day in an office is no longer possible or practical. Instead, we have had to adapt to a new way of working – from home. Whilst working from home has its advantages, it also comes with a number of challenges. We can feel isolated and cut-off from our colleagues, and it can be difficult to separate our home and work life. This is where hybrid working comes in.
If you’re considering making the switch to remote work, you’ve probably come across a lot of information – both good and bad. And with the rise of the digital nomad lifestyle, there are more myths and misconceptions about remote work than ever before. In this article, we’ll dispel the 5 most common myths about remote work.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to re-evaluate the way they operate. For many organizations, the past couple of years has been a time of experimentation and adaptation as they’ve navigated the challenges of working remotely. Now, as vaccine rollout accelerates and the return to office becomes a reality for some, businesses are faced with a new set of challenges.
We’re on the cusp of a new era of work. One where the lines between our personal and professional lives are blurred and where the traditional 9-5 workday is no longer the norm. This new era of work is known as the future of work, and it’s being driven by hybrid work arrangements. So what does this mean for you and your business? In this blog post, we will explore the future of work and what you need to know to prepare for it.
The concept of the hybrid workplace has been gaining traction in recent years as businesses strive to find the perfect balance between remote and on-site work. There are many advantages to creating a hybrid workplace, including increased productivity, flexibility, and cost savings. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to create the perfect hybrid workplace for your business.
The pandemic has permanently altered the ways we live and work. Employees globally have reevaluated their aspirations and work preferences. Here are 5 future of work predictions you should be aware of.
While you sip coffee slouching on a bean bag in your living room, your virtual avatar walks up to your colleague to discuss the latest project report. Welcome to the multiverse of work, for work. As Covid-19 disrupted ways we live and work, it has permanently altered reality and expectations. Most of us do not want to go back to the pre-pandemic normal.
The competition for talent has changed. But why are employees leaving? Find out the findings of a recent McKinsey survey in today’s news. Other headlines for the day include the impact of digital nomads on local economies.
Heard of no-code or low-code? Garter estimates that by 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use no-code or low-code technologies.