experience

Live and kicking: five lessons from London for 2022

From the artificial intelligence fallacy to the art of delight, the flagship WORKTECH London conference brought five key learnings for the post-pandemic workplace to the table for 2022

Social standing: rebuilding experience and informal collaboration

Informal collaborations, experiences and social connections need to be rebuilt as we head back to the office. Can technology provide answers? A new report from Condeco probes the issue

The Great Resignation: why are knowledge workers quitting en masse?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at why so many workers are leaving their jobs, how large firms are struggling with the return to the office, and what to expect at this autumn’s in-person WORKTECH event in Copenhagen

The presenteeism pivot: redefining workplace presence for flexible work

As workplaces become more flexible and our ability to work from anywhere more commonplace, the traditional idea of workplace ‘presence’ is shifting

Good days at work: the value for business performance

This WORKTECH briefing looks at the business impact of having a good day at work, the social theories that govern our workplace behaviour, and this autumn’s WORKTECH Chicago

Corporate communication leader joins Academy as Global Partner

As we shift to new ways of working, communication and customer service is critical to any business strategy. Moneypenny has joined WORKTECH Academy as a Global Partner to share the latest thinking in the field

Addressing the challenge and importance of a 24/7 switchboard

Throughout the pandemic people have come to expect 24/7 responses from businesses, a new report by Moneypenny looks at the challenges and opportunities to meet this new demand

Keeping the magic of Front of House alive in a tech-enabled world

As we progress into a post-pandemic workplace, a new report by Moneypenny has revealed that the role of Front of House is changing as organisations need to leave a more lasting impression on their clients