Tag: working from home
Many Could Not Work With Original Home Office Setup
In its 1st Annual Home Office Survey, Office Depot explores the evolution of working from home, finds over a third of respondents could not work with their original home office setup.
Are Blanket Back-To-Office Policies The Best Approach?
New hybrid work research from The Myers-Briggs Company sheds light on trends and misalignments in the new hybrid workplace.
Employees Crave Consistency Between Remote, Office Work Setups
Rewards outweigh the risks for employers and employees willing to adapt to a long-term hybrid work strategy, finds new Poly research.
TurfMutt Tips Tune Up Outdoor Office Space
Turfmutt offers tips on how to create outdoor office space as a way to de-stress and enjoy nature while focusing on tasks at hand.
Flexibility, Resilience Will Dominate Real Estate Industry
New PwC US, Urban Land Institute report finds expectations of traditionally designed spaces have changed, and a massive shift in the functionality of offices, shopping centers, and healthcare spaces is likely.
Personal Health, Climate Crisis Top Priorities For Returning Employees
New report reveals 74% of employees would consider leaving their job if office health and sustainability expectations go unmet.
Working From Home: Is Distance Destroying Dialogue?
A new study reveals that employees are more than twice as likely to avoid discussing concerns with remote colleagues.
Remote Collaboration: What’s The Best Technology Approach?
In pursuit of the ideal remote collaboration environment, there are three big challenges you need to tackle.
Working From Home: RICS-IFMA And Leesman To Examine Experiences
This joint initiative aims to arm the real estate and facility management industry with insights on working from home experiences during the COVID-19 crisis, after social distancing policies are relaxed.
7 Keys to Successful Virtual Meetings
With the world deep in the throes of a global pandemic, many leaders are allowing at least a portion of their teams to work from home. But virtual leadership is a skill set most have not yet had the opportunity to study or to hone, and just ‘winging it’ could be disastrous.