Does Zoom office mandate spell doom for remote working?

Oh, the irony. Despite being one of the biggest beneficiaries from the move to remote working during the pandemic, tech company Zoom is now mandating its staff back into the office

Is higher work intensity driving low employee wellbeing?

The working world has become obsessed with where we work, but it’s the increasingly frantic process of work that we should worry about, according to a new UK report on ‘work intensification’

Asleep at the wheel: why napping at work could become new norm

New research suggests that taking regular naps during the day can have a positive impact on overall brain health, so should workplaces encourage employees to sleep on the job?

McKinsey survey reveals long road ahead to achieve flexible working

New research suggests that more is still to be done when it comes to adapting to the new world of work, with even leading companies not yet adopting truly flexible work patterns

Equality and diversity initiatives failing LGBT+ employees

New research suggests that companies are not working hard enough to make the workplace an accepting and supportive environment for LGBT+ staff

Unwork podcast: book authors discuss how to reimagine workplace

In the first of a new podcast series from the Unwork consulting group, co-authors Philip Ross and Jeremy Myerson talk about their new book which explores the concept of relearning work

The next evolution of work: five principles to embrace change

A joint report from professional services firm Deloitte and developer Lendlease encourages employers to embrace the seismic shifts that are transforming the workplace

Office as social hub? Stick to serving soft drinks only

A sobering survey from the Chartered Management Institute in the UK suggests that lacing the office as a social destination with lashings of booze could be asking for trouble