workplace strategy

Moneypenny launches research into legal marketing trends

With the pressure on peer-to-peer insights greater than ever, Moneypenny is calling all law firms to participate in its latest research to uncover the trends within legal inbound marketing and the impact the pandemic has had on business acquisition in the industry

A way out: how coworking spaces are supporting the office return

As organisations look for routes to return to the office, flexible workspaces could provide the missing piece of the puzzle in building the hybrid workplace. This article looks at smart flexible solutions to bring people back

Lessons from Copenhagen: developing a new hybrid strategy

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing draws on some of the insights and lessons learned from Denmark – including how companies such as EY and LEGO are shaping their hybrid journey and designing their workplace transformation

To insource or outsource? That is the question for your business

From maintaining cultural ownership to focusing on core business objectives, the debate between insourcing and outsourcing in business can be tricky to navigate. 4xi’s insight report explores both sides

The right to flex: could new legislation empower employees?

In our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing we explore new government-led strategies to embed flexible working into the ‘new normal’ and we welcome back the long awaited in-person return of our flagship London conference

Survey: how are operational changes affecting the role of facilities management?

From unpredictable office utilisation to significant shifts in business operations, a new survey asks the facilities management world how they are responding to rapid changes

Understanding the new parameters of work life

From time management to understanding the people you work with, how can employees adapt to a different era of work? A new report by Nespresso explores how to navigate the hybrid workplace

Destination unknown: the continuing evolution of the ‘new normal’

As organisations strive to create hard-and-fast solutions for the future of work, a new report explores the idea of the future of work as a continuous journey of change and transition