In today's fast-paced and competitive business landscape, staying ahead of the competition is essential for long-term success. One critical factor that can make or break a company's ability to outperform its rivals is its talent pool, but did you know that according to a survey completed by LinkedIn, 76% percent of hiring managers admit attracting the right job candidates is their greatest challenge. In this blog, we will explore how retaining the best talent can give your organization a strategic advantage in helping you outperform your competitors, and what you can do to find it easier to attract the right job candidates.
In today's rapidly changing work landscape, businesses are increasingly adopting hybrid working models to adapt to the evolving needs of their employees and maximize productivity. Hybrid working, which combines remote work and in-office work, offers flexibility and freedom while maintaining a sense of collaboration and connection. However, for a successful implementation, it is crucial for businesses to ensure that their staff fully embrace the concept. In this blog, we will explore effective strategies to help businesses encourage and empower their employees to embrace hybrid working.
The way we work has undergone a significant transformation in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this change. Hybrid working methods, which combine remote work and office-based work, have emerged as a flexible and productive solution for businesses. This blog explores how businesses can leverage hybrid working methods to maximize their return on investment (ROI) by increasing productivity, reducing costs, and enhancing employee satisfaction.
In recent years, the traditional office-based work model has undergone a significant transformation due to the global pandemic and technological advancements. Hybrid working, a combination of remote work and on-site presence, has emerged as a popular alternative for businesses worldwide. While this shift may have initially been driven by external factors, it has become increasingly clear that adopting a hybrid work environment can lead to improved job satisfaction for employees. In this blog, we will explore how businesses adapting to hybrid working can enhance job satisfaction levels among their workforce.
Hybrid working has many benefits, including increased employee satisfaction, better retention of talent and it can help you save costs.
Hybrid working is no longer a new idea, with some of the first companies to embrace the concept, re-looking at how it is working for them, and tweaking and adjusting it. According to Forbes, Google, Apple, Twitter and a number of other large tech companies are defending their requirement of working at least three days a week in-office which shows that making sure your office space is fully
Invisible Systems are a fast-growing business, that design, develop, manufacture and operate IoT (Internet of Things) sensors and software. Their intelligent systems monitoring delivers data and insight that helps businesses operate efficiently, achieve net zero and create healthy environments. Their in-house lab team design and develop these systems on-site, in their workspace in the Lowry Mill building in Swinton. Officeinsight were asked if we could provide a test fit layout, that would support hybrid and agile working, boost collaboration and help re-build a good team atmosphere that had been lost due to the two years spent working from home.
With the economic climate continuing to remain unpredictable, and cost of living continuing to play on the minds of many – will we see a change in how people view the workspace? Will more people choose to work in the office to manage their own costs? We will be discussing what we predict for the workspace in 2023.
We are proud to have teamed up with Apadmi to work on their new multi-functional event space, in their Manchester office in Salford Quays.
The design and build route is increasingly becoming the ‘go-to’ to refurbishing and fitting out your workspaces into evolving, future-thinking spaces that reflect company brands, and where that brand is taking them.