As companies and employees adopt a hybrid approach to work and nine-to-five jobs become more fluid, the idea of traditional office spaces has been upended. InfinitSpace is meeting demands for hybrid-working environments by supporting landlords in their transition to flexible workspaces.
As business leaders contemplate a return to the office, it’s becoming clear that remote working is here to stay. And, with the pandemic bringing about the world’s biggest workplace experiment, what does the future hold for employers and their staff, who are seeking new ways of working?
While widespread remote working was instigated during the pandemic, ideas to develop a ‘remote-first’ workforce have been pushed by prominent advocates for years. Now, with companies like Airbnb and Spotify having shifted to this model, could this future be within reach? And is the world ready for it?
Remote working during the pandemic broke down boundaries between people’s private and professional lives, and for some, these blurred lines have resulted in widespread burnout. So, how can working culture be redefined to create healthier and more empowered environments?
The need for an ecosystem designed to help women succeed in the world of work became clear during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Stack World – a space built for women, by women – offers an online environment in which members can network, foster community, and evolve their careers.