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An Ode To The Office

An Ode To The Office

Offices come with multiple benefits, including enabling colleagues to feed off each other's energy.

Having an office space where you have good light and a good environment can just make you feel a little inspired, and enables you to be a bit more brave.


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The Hidden Story: People Want To Come To Office

The Hidden Story: People Want To Come To Office

11% of US workers would prefer to work full-time in the office, and 62% said they’d like to spend at least some time there. More than half (51%) of managers are also confident their employees would be keen to return to the office full-time.

The motivations may vary – some long for the sociability of the office, while others prefer a clear boundary between work and home.

Companies will need to work out how to accommodate the needs of people who want to be in offices as well as those who don’t, as they map out their post-pandemic working models.


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In Favor Of Commuting To Office Daily

In Favor Of Commuting To Office Daily

While many people love the flexibility that remote work brings, for others the loss of an office environment and the social contact it provides can be a major blow.

Not having a routine where you get up, leave the house, and socialize and interact with other people throughout the day can massively affect your mental health. Not to leave your house for long periods of time isn't good for you.


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Office Equals The Work Mode

Office Equals The Work Mode

In a survey of full-time remote workers, two thirds are concerned about missing out on development opportunities by being based at home.

Only 40% of UK workers surveyed by employment and HR specialists are confident that office-based and home-based staff will be rewarded equally in the next 12 months.


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The Campus Analogy

The Campus Analogy

Working in an office to learning at a university campus.

Your brain automatically switches to a ‘work mode’ when you're surrounded by colleagues who are hard at work. The smell of ink from the printer, the silent tapping on the keyboards, the quiet chatter in the coffee room, all of that truly helps. It's the atmosphere of the place that puts you in the working mood and raises your productivity.


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What Companies Can Do

What Companies Can Do

Companies need to create a culture of communication and flexibility to meet employees’ needs. For those businesses requiring people to work remotely, that includes creating more opportunities for staff to connect via company-wide socials, regular check-ins from line managers and turning video calling into the default mode of catching up rather than email.

It encourages employees to stay connected and helps reduce loneliness and fatigue.


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