Who are digital nomads? What age are they, what work do they do, and how much do they actually travel? There is a prevailing view that digital nomads are freelancers of a certain age, but the COVID-19 pandemic has triggered massive change in this dynamic. … Read More »Beyond The Stereotype: Who Are Digital Nomads, Really?
Lockers can be used to define spaces and create boundaries between work and non-work areas. Hybrid work is driving the desire for personalisation and keyless access. People are also establishing boundaries to create a clearer distinction between work and life. And secure, personal storage spaces… Read More »Lockers: The New Unexpected Star Of Workspace Design
Allowing your firm members to work remotely can really play a big role in boosting morale and improving the employer-employee equation. Paying heed to your employee’s needs and their wishes reals amps up their zeal to perform better for you. Emergencies or situations that abstain… Read More »Remote Working Increases Productivity By 30%, Here’s How You Can Reap The Benefits In Your Business
Jobs at Risk of Elimination According to a recent Brookings Institute report, 36 million workers are in high exposure jobs that are in danger of being eliminate by 2030 due to automation. Clerical and administrative staff, cooks, waiters (or restaurant servers), hotel employees, short-haul drivers,… Read More »Workers Reinvent Yourself Now
Hearing the term Gig Economy recently caught my attention. I hadn’t given much thought to it but it is a big part of what we do as consultants in the employment agency industry. Where did this word gig originate? Musicians refer to their paid performances… Read More »Understanding The Gig Economy
At next week’s GCUC North America in Seattle, some of the industry’s top thinkers and doers will take the stage to help frame the conversation around the concept of “flex.” Understanding the intricacies of it will be a true game changer for coworking operators. To… Read More »Here’s What The “Fundamentals Of Flex” Means For Coworking Owners
Often the terms “job”, “occupation”, and “career” are used interchangeably. However, in actual fact, these terms have quite different meanings so it is important to distinguish between these terms. A “job”is work for which you receive pay. It is therefore a means to live and… Read More »What Is the Difference Between a Job, an Occupation and a Career?
More than half of senior leaders worldwide (58%) are unhappy in their current position, and 72% plan to leave their employer within the next two years. This indicates that the full force of the Great Resignation has yet to be felt – and this widespread… Read More »“Boss Loss” Is Looming: What Is It, And How Does It Impact The Future Of Work?