Hybrid Working

Will job losses in big tech companies call a halt to hybrid working?

An economic downturn in Silicon Valley could have unseen consequences for new ways of working as future-of-work pioneers take a tumble and shed jobs

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

Can the making of purposeful space speed up the return to office?

This WORKTECH Academy briefing looks at a new report which suggests that understanding how and why employees utilise different workspaces could be the key to encouraging reluctant staff to come back

Copenhagen gets comfortable with uncertainty about future of work

As companies around the world struggle to make hybrid work, Danish firms appear to be relaxed about embracing change with a test-and-learn approach, according to our latest WORKTECH Copenhagen conference

Improving workplace experience in small-to-medium enterprises

Smaller firms are in an excellent position in terms of talent attraction and retention as we move on from the pandemic - but it all depends on improving their workplace experience

Workplace trends from the city that never sleeps

WORKTECH’s latest New York conference veered from a traditional focus on efficiency to explore issues of culture and experience as corporate America weighs up its options in the hybrid era

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