Culture

Could rise in telehealth reflect the future of workplace benefits?

When workplaces went hybrid, so did healthcare. In this briefing we ask  whether telehealth services will become a key part of the future of workplace benefits.

Conflicting views: why the return to office is proving so hard

Despite sharing the same organisational goals, when it comes to making decisions on whether to stay at home or return to onsite work, employers are from Venus and employees are from Mars

Connecting hybrid teams depends on more than fancy tech

How can companies make sure they can overcome the barriers to a successful hybrid work experience? Establishing the right culture and office experience are vital stepping stones

Will communities of interest reinvent our communities of place?

Hierarchical corporate culture is the biggest barrier to hybrid working. Can shared interests and passions in the workplace trigger a new, bottom-up approach combining work and social activities?  

Are voluntary ESG initiatives letting large firms off the hook?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at research which suggests there is a growing gap between what companies are promising on preventing climate change and real action on the ground

The little things that can help small firms compete for talent

Small-to-medium-sized companies don’t have the deep pockets or dedicated infrastructure departments of the large corporates, but they can still attract staff by paying special attention to people and place  

Can a hybrid model blend workplace strategy with culture?

Studies show that employees are unhappy when they have ‘ghost days’ in virtually empty offices. A new research project is seeking to explore links between workplace strategy and culture to raise collaborative performance

Are women being left behind in the race for hybrid?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing examines how hybrid working might disadvantage women as they find themselves unable to climb the corporate ladder due to working from home