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Research finds video conferencing could be the key to solving workplace anxiety

A nationwide study commissioned by Tech PR agency, Eskenzi PR, and carried out by OnePoll, observed the attitude amongst the UK workforce towards remote working and the increased use of video conferencing tools. The survey of a thousand individuals found ...

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Office blueprint

Neil McLocklin, Head of Strategic Consultancy, Knight Frank on the development of a roadmap to how businesses can prepare to go back to the office Pro-longed working from home has been a challenge for many. There is an enormous desire ...

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BCO poll shows the office still remains popular with British workers

According to new a independent polling commissioned by the British Council for Offices (BCO) just one in five (20 per cent) UK adults plans primarily to work from home in the future, while only 16 per cent hope that working ...

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Getting ready for the new workplace norm

Author: Richard Guy, Country Sales Manager, Ergotron UK & Ireland With lockdown restrictions finally easing, many office workers who have been working from home are preparing to receive the call that they will soon resume working at desks they have ...

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Better guidance needed on return to work

Following yesterday’s announcement by the Prime Minister that said those who could not work from home should be “actively encouraged to go to work”, employment experts have asked for greater clarification on how that can practicably be achieved. Rustom Tata, ...

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Atalian Servest and NJC join firms offering return to work guidance

Global FM provider, Atalian Servest, and cleaning and support services company, NJC, are offering information and advice to support businesses to reopening the workplace post-lockdown. Atalian Servest has published ‘The FM’s Guide to Reopening Your Workplace’ to support workplace and ...

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Experts predict coronavirus could challenge hotdesking and workplace design

Workplace design experts are predicting the coronavirus pandemic could prove a major challenge to the future of hotdesking. Some of the biggest companies in the country have embraced hotdesking as a way of reducing office space, embracing flexible working, utilising ...

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BCO looks at how Covid-19 will change the workplace

According to a new thought paper by the British Council for Offices (BCO), hot-desking is likely to become less popular, screens to protect receptionists will be introduced and unisex superloos will replace gendered communal toilets as a result of Covid-19. ...

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Changing ideas

Think differently was the overriding message of the Workplace Trends Climate Change and The Workplace: Towards Net Zero Carbon event. Andrew Brown one of the chairs of the day reports As the Government is often keen on telling us: we ...

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One in five new workplaces fails to meet employee needs according to Leesman research

‘The Workplace Experience Revolution Part 2: Do new workplaces work’ is the culmination of workplace experience experts, Leesman’s nine-year analysis across 557,959 employee responses in 3,932 workplaces worldwide (data as of 30 June 2019). The first part of the study, ...

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