Long gone are the days of the David Brents, the Miranda Priestlys, and that guy with the glasses from Office Space. Well not quite, they definitely still exist. But as people ever more realise that they are replaceable in the workforce, and that they don’t want to be in the same job forever, we’re getting less and less tolerant of horrible bosses. So what are the kids looking for these days?
In the wake of the pandemic, employees around the globe proved that remote working was a perfectly viable alternative to commuting into a central HQ. Could this spell the end of traditional office culture?
Only Social Care are expanding within the centre- doubling their staff and office size!
Socially distanced desks, hand sanitising stations and wipe-clean surfaces are all crucial for helping your employees feel safe and happy at work. But is there anything else you can do in terms of décor to help boost their wellbeing?
Our cultural epidemic of stress and burnout seems to get worse each year. Recent Gallup polls showed that 79 percent of Americans feel stressed “sometimes or frequently,” and two-thirds of the full-time American workforce has suffered from some degree of burnout. An article by Elizabeth Yuko, Ph.D, found on 'Entrepreneur'.