A Flexible Office Space like collective_100 means brands can scale up or down as needed without the locked-in lease expenses, or overheads like cleaning and fit outs.
Respondents delivered a resounding positive opinion that remote work is the future norm and now is the time for their employers to envisage a better way of working.
73 per cent believe their employers would be open to it, and 22 per cent have already been offered a work-from-home option.
COVID-19 has changed the Australian workforce forever and it is critical that the road to recovery is built on the right foundations.
What if I told you there was a way to be human, to throw the transactional KPI’s out for a period of time and focus on human behaviour as the driver of business success?
Employers will need to work hard to keep staff energised, connected, engaged and motivated back in the office.
Making positive changes to your personal habits and environment can help you achieve peak productivity and concentration, but it needs to start by identifying the bad habits and making changes to fix them.
We now can’t sit beside each other in tight spaces and the density that so many offices have been built on is now being thrown into turmoil.
In organisations with more than 1000 employees, 88 per cent of respondents believe remote meetings will dominate, compared with 63 per cent of respondents in micro-businesses (up to 15 employees).
By completing this training, businesses of all sizes can help rebuild trust and support safety with those important to their success by providing a recognised, third-party certification of this commitment.