As soon as we heard about NatWest’s hybrid framework, we knew we had to find out more about this. We’ve previously spoken to the Group Managing Director of Capital Business Media about their transition towards a hybrid working model. Seeing a media company transition to a flexible way of working seemed almost logical, but a financial…

There are certain historical events that shaped our daily lives and the ways we work. The most recent event that brought drastic changes was the COVID-19 pandemic. Society has returned to what we call the new “normal” and the lockdown days seem long forgotten, but we see the changes it brought. In bigger cities all…

Hybrid work has become the most revolutionary change in the ways we work over the last few years. It is a great opportunity for employees to work more flexibly and create a work-style that suits their life-style. For managers and team leaders, it poses new challenges that require a new approach. This guide to hybrid…

Know your flexible working rights (cheat sheet included) It will come as no surprise that this year has seen a huge shift in people working remotely. Slacks Future Forum research of 9,000 knowledge workers found the vast majority (88%) never want to go back to the old way of working. In this article, we will help…

Team building alone can be a difficult task for any manager or leader. The new work reality of remote and hybrid teams that can be distributed over several locations and time zones does not make it any easier. It becomes obvious that team culture is more than Wednesday lunches, Friday beers, and ping pong tables.…

Working from home can be lonely. Working from a coworking space can become costly. Working from the office feels like something you’re forced to do. With hybrid working models in place, an increase in remote workers and a work-from-anywhere-approach, there are numerous alternatives and working from coffee shops has become more popular than it ever…

At the time when the whole team spent 5 days per week in the same office, it was easy to treat them to a lunch or Friday beers. After two years of pandemic and several lockdowns, the work reality has changed. More and more companies have adopted a remote-first approach or follow a hybrid working…

The pandemic has proven that not being in an office does not come at the expense of productivity and there has been a significant shift in the way we work. Businesses of all sizes are now exploring options on how their staff will work from now on. The options can be anything along the spectrum…

It appears as if the pandemic is over, and society has returned to something called “normal”. Terms like lateral flow test, social distancing, and face masks slowly disappear from our everyday conversations. However, terms like hybrid work, virtual meetings, and work-life balance are here to stay! This indicates an increased need for flexibility in the…

Having to work from home for an extended period was a game-changer for everyone during the first few months of the pandemic. But now that workplaces are opening up, being onsite full-time could be a deal-breaker for many employees who are unwilling to fully return to the office and give up the balance they’ve become accustomed to…