Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the fall-out from the infamous Goldman Sachs internal survey of working conditions. Do we risk reverting to the all-hours office?
This WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new report which argues for a permanent departure from presenteeism – and at new projects to green the London cityscape
At a time when the future of open-plan space is under review, a re-reading of Billy Wilder classic 1960 movie The Apartment reminds us of the dangers of a corporate over-reach into private lives
Flexibility is not exclusively rooted in space, there is an opportunity to experiment with flexible time as organisations look to become more flexible, says Professor Lynda Gratton
Are exhausting jobs really necessary to achieve professional success? This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at new research which views work-life balance as a cycle rather than a one-time fix
Organisational culture and leadership skills need reassessing to manage employee wellbeing during a crisis, says leading psychologist Cary Cooper in an exclusive interview with WORKTECH Academy
Workplace wellbeing is clearly understood at the personal employee level, but less so when it comes to translating policies into company performance. A new report from 360 Workplace sets out to crack the code
This briefing looks at new research from IBM which shows a gaping chasm between company leaders and their staff over support and training for new ways of working