To provide insight into how and why remote work is an effective business strategy for a growing number of companies and teams, Remote.co has compiled feedback from 137 companies regarding common questions and answers on how to operate within a remote work environment.
Corporations should look to future proof their corporate real estate or face costs down the line, warns Abintra, an international workplace flexibility specialist.
Family business owners are more innovative than owners of non-family businesses but are restricted by limited financial resources, says Dr Roberto Flören, Professor of Family Business at Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
Some 96% of UK businesses rate their approach to succession planning highly, and a further 64% say their talent pipeline is either very good or excellent, yet more than two thirds are concerned that their employee turnover rates are too high, according to ‘Challenging Talent’ a new report, supported by quantitative research, by global recruitment partner BPS World.
Contact centre outsourcer Kura and software specialist Inisoft have teamed up with CCA Global to understand the challenges the front-end advisors face in delivering a great service.
Powerful bosses can be “blind” to gaps in workplace connections between employees, finds new research by academics in the UK, the US and Germany.
79% trust that the personal information they provide online is kept private.
“We must declare a world-wide ban on the phrase, ‘Constructive Criticism’. It’s a true oxymoron,” argues Dr. Tim Irwin author of Extraordinary Influence: How Great Leaders Bring Out the Best in Others.
The majority of hirers feel permanent employment as the default option for most roles is in an ever-increasing downward trajectory, according to the talent and recruitment events, insight and strategy firm, TALint Partners.
The workplace wellness market now equates to a sizeable and growing market, worth approximate $40.7 billion globally. Now a new technology company, Hero Wellbeing, is looking to establish itself as the ‘go to’ provider of wellness solutions.
42% of men and 41% of women have been spoken over or ignored in a meeting. 30% of women believe they were spoken over or ignored in a meeting because of their gender while only 5% of men would say the same.
Independent survey of over 500 chatbot owners and developers reveals the majority are not satisfied with the performance of their chatbots and say human validation is key.
Despite the majority of Brits (75%) opting for humans to be MP’s, 25% would fascinatingly elect robots instead to be in this position of power.
AI, robotics, personalised healthcare and distributed energy generation among techs that will drive growth, efficiency, connectivity and urbanisation.
While it’s essential to build solid bonds with your team, defining areas of respect, authority and productivity can be challenging when navigating the line between boss and friend. Instant Offices looks into the implications and shares some tips on how to be a boss and a friend.