Managers have become more supportive of remote work, but is this a result of the emerging use of surveillance and monitoring tools available to them?
The status of Generation Z as ‘digital natives’ aligns them most closely with flexible working. But they are also pro-office and want a safe work environment that supports their mental health
New UK research highlights the role of the pandemic and fears around mental and physical health as key factors in making employees aged 50 and over economically inactive
As employers start to get to grips with a more flexible future, a report from JLL suggests that enterprise firm still have a lot to do in developing their technology strategy for the hybrid age
After the social inequalities of the pandemic, there is now a growing onus on workplace designers to cater more effectively for a diverse range of employee needs through attention to marginalised groups