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Why is hybrid working becoming more desirable?

After the lockdown had finished more companies decided to keep flexible working and allowed employees to work from home some days during the week. This has resulted in hybrid working rising from 13% in early February 2022 to 24% in ...

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Claremont Insight Report finds the workplace has a unique opportunity to evolve

While trying to get back to some sort of ‘normality’ post pandemic presents huge challenges, this is not necessarily a negative as it offers opportunities for workplaces to evolve. This is the findings of a new Interiors Insight Report published ...

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Triple CRE challenges

Simon Eastlake, Managing Director, Office Space in Town (OSiT) on how landlords that adapt to the triple whammy of rising interest rates, hybrid working and the net zero challenges can still keep their tenants happy A rising interest rate cycle, ...

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2N UPGRADES ITS OS TO REFLECT CUSTOMERS’ FLEXIBLE WORKING AND INCLUSIVITY PRIORITIES

The OS upgrade adds features to support the operation of virtual receptions, a trend which is accelerating as a result of widespread hybrid working The enhancements will make it easier for the hard of hearing to communicate with receptionists using ...

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Two third of desks unused as office workers come in just a quarter of the time

Two thirds of desks in offices are now unused on a daily basis, and even on the busiest days offices are more than half empty, a global study has found. The Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) Hybrid Working Index study of ...

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Flowscape makes Hybrid working possible

Work is what we do, not where we go. Every workplace has to be an environment that allows for individual needs as well as the team dynamic; it must provide space for creativity and productivity. It has to be frictionless. ...

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Rules of engagement

Hybrid working is now the norm in many workplaces and is highly valued by a wide range of employees. Gary Cattermole, Director of The Survey Initiative, looks at how to measure whether you’re delivering a workplace that employees feel engaged ...

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Companies are failing to adapt ‘casual recognition moments’ to the hybrid workplace

A new study into workplace recognition has found that unappreciated employees are twice as likely to experience poor mental health. The Employee Recognition Survey, conducted by virtual team building and virtual escape room specialists, Wildgoose, surveyed employees from 133 different UK companies. It asked ...

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Office Principles hands over law firm’s new London offices designed to support hybrid working

Interior design consultancy, Office Principles, has completed work on the new London offices of law firm, Hamlins, at the iconic One Kingsway, a mixed-use 1920s building on the corner of Aldwych and Kingsway in Midtown. Hamlins relocated from Regent Street, ...

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The office is being repurposed on a global scale finds ISS survey

A new global survey by ISS has found employee engagement is now the top priority for global businesses with nearly two-thirds (62 per cent) of respondents saying they are investing in their offices. The survey also found that the majority ...

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