Being busy – it’s a thing. Nowadays, we’ve never been busier and we love to brag about it. Somehow, we started wearing the busy badge of honor with pride, as it transformed into this new status symbol over the years. If you ask someone how they are doing, they’ll probably say: ‘I’m good; busy. You?’ Almost as if that when you’re not busy there’s something wrong.
Showing news for February 2020.
A survey from Regus’ parent company IWG finds flexible working helps cut costs and boost employee productivity From HR directors to entrepreneurs to PAs, flexible office spaces are helping all kinds of business people work better. In IWG’s, well over two thirds of respondents (79%) said that flexible workspace has played a role in their company’s success.
What can you do when the negatives start to outweigh the positives? Faced with the prospect of a lengthy commute on a grey day, either jammed into a packed train carriage or a never-ending queue at the traffic lights, plenty of us have dreamed about that ultimate career goal: working from home. Design the day to fit your other commitments, get a few things done around the house, and pop out for lunch with a friend – surely this is the answer to the quest for the perfect work/life balance?