Hybrid work strategy: what are companies doing now?

With hybrid work becoming the norm for many business sectors, we’ve compiled an index of company strategies – some are clinging to the old ways of working while others embrace change

How economic instability is driving change in Nordic workplace

A new survey from Swedish facilities firm Coor suggests that economic conditions in the Nordic region have influenced a range of decisions from reducing energy use to returning to the office

What The Jetsons didn’t tell us about the future of work

Hanna Barbara’s animated series, set in 2062, has been highly influential in popular culture with its tech predictions. But when it comes to the future of work, there’s a lot its creators got glaringly wrong

Remote surveillance culture: necessary or invasion of privacy?

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?

Back to the office? Flexibility key to productive workforce

Forget the office mandate – new research from the Future Forum suggests that choosing when and where you work can create a better workplace culture and increase productivity

New trends in corporate learning and development for 2023

As companies step up the return to the office to support training and mentoring, new research from Quadmark explores key themes in corporate learning for the year ahead

Will next-level Nordic intentions turn to action in the workplace?

Large firms in four Scandinavian countries announced plans to remodel their workplaces in 2023, according to a survey by facilities company Coor. Will they now make good on those promises?

Why building a hybrid culture is key to the future of work

What’s the biggest barrier facing large employers trying to make a hybrid working model stick? It’s the creation of a hybrid organisational culture according to a new paper from technology firm Poly