August 3, 2017
It’s a job hunter’s market: Why the war for talent could be costing your business.

It’s a job hunter’s market – the figures confirm it. The number of vacancies across the UK is at its highest level since 2015, making it an ‘employment paradise for jobseekers’.

July 28, 2017
What flexible working means for the physical workspace.

The shift towards agile and flexible working in many organisations is driven by the need to increase business productivity while reducing costs, and the need to be more responsive and adaptable in a constantly changing business landscape.

July 21, 2017
Workers aren’t taking enough exercise and sedentary thinking isn’t helping.

For too long, office workers have been a sedentary bunch and new figures show that old habits die hard.

July 14, 2017
5 examples of how your business could benefit from flexible working.

The trend towards flexible working is gathering pace in a wide range of industries. Its increasing prevalence is driven by the need for organisations to be more agile, adaptable and responsive in the way they work.

July 5, 2017
Why the employee experience matters.

If people are a company’s greatest asset, it makes sense that far greater consideration should be given to their needs, be that health and wellbeing, investing in skills, unlocking productivity or nurturing talent.

June 29, 2017
Unproductive space is a business risk.

The bigger your overheads the less nimble your business can be.

June 22, 2017
6 tips to transition lawyers to activity based working.

Activity based working is the name given to a style of working that liberates employees from fixed ‘at desk’ locations in favour of choosing a setting appropriate to the task in hand.

June 15, 2017
Why adaptability is the cornerstone of education design.

One of the biggest challenges for those in charge of designing new schools, colleges and universities is in anticipating change and accommodating a wide variety of individual and collaborative learning styles.

You have reached the end of our blog posts.
Back to top