workplace strategy

London leaps into the future: eight things we learnt from 2022 event

WORKTECH’s flagship London conference didn’t duck the big issues about the changing world of work – from the scale of the smart city to the most intimate and engaging workplace experience

The future visitor experience: making face-to-face count

Unlike many employees, visitors are increasingly eager to return to the workplace for meetings. How can technology help to create a more seamless and memorable experience?

Could rise in telehealth reflect the future of workplace benefits?

When workplaces went hybrid, so did healthcare. In this briefing we ask  whether telehealth services will become a key part of the future of workplace benefits.

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

How tailored tech can help small firms to compete for talent

The global pandemic accelerated investment in new technology with large corporates the major investors. But thinking smart can help the SME (Small-to-Medium Enterprise) workplace bridge the gap    

The little things that can help small firms compete for talent

Small-to-medium-sized companies don’t have the deep pockets or dedicated infrastructure departments of the large corporates, but they can still attract staff by paying special attention to people and place  

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

Survey launch: have your say on the state of hybrid

As companies implement new hybrid working policies this autumn, WORKTECH Academy is launching a major ‘State of Hybrid’ survey to explore how things are shaping up – please take part