Work styles have diversified, and more and more companies have introduced remote working, which connotes working from home. New words are being created one after another, but recently, "hybrid office," which combines working from home and traditional office work, has begun to attract attention.
If working from home tips you over the edge of sanity, you’re not alone.
Use these 17 tips to unlock your potential and push aside distractions to improve your productivity while working from home.
Read below five ways you can prepare your company and your team to more remote work.
Coronavirus has seen remote and hybrid work models put in place to meet health regulation requirements.
COVID-19 lockdowns and government restrictions have pushed tens of millions worldwide to work from home, accelerating a remote working experiment that had been struggling to catch on for more than a decade.
Below are a few ways businesses can enhance their employees and business work ethic to build a robust workforce.
It takes organisations an average of 200 days to realise they've suffered a breach and had valuable data stolen, with many companies never recovering.
Covid-19 has changed how businesses engage with consumers. New trends are emerging with less traditional ways of meeting consumers & digital transformations.
Let’s talk about how these scammers are infiltrating our business’ and what you can do to prevent potential breaches of your cybersecurity network.
As all business owners will recognize, it can be hard to switch off at the end of a working day or at the weekend, especially if you’re just starting out.
Now is the best time in history for businesses to become location-independent by transitioning the office from the traditional brick-and-mortar physical setup to one that is in the cloud.
Well-considered office design & interior design can play a role in productivity & employee satisfaction. Read more on why beauty in the workspace
With the number of Australian businesses increasing consistently increasing over the last five years, the idea of having a workplace dedicated to a single team is slowly becoming less realistic
Australian businesses are being forced to pay thousands of dollars to overseas hackers to rid their computers of an unbreakable virus known as Cryptolocker.
It’s perfectly reasonable to expect high performance levels from your staff, but you’ll find it’s much easier to achieve this goal if you also work hard to boost employee engagement.
Just as elite athletes need to maintain flexibility to stay on top of their game, business owners need to be highly responsive and agile in order to win.
There’s no denying the COVID-19 pandemic has inalterably changed the way we work.
This piece has been reproduced from an article featured in Business Spectator, by Australian business commentator, Alan Kohler.
In March 2015 March, we conducted a short online survey with 507 respondents from the Australian professional services sector.
The corporate office is evolving as companies adapt to remote work & emerging trends in the Covid-19 pandemic.
In today’s modern working environment where flexibility is key, there are a range of working environments to choose from, including serviced and virtual offices.
As organisations begin to deal with the COVID-19 fallout, one thing is becoming increasingly clear—the impact of coronavirus on how we work will linger for some time to come.
In this article, we look the pros and cons of a flexible workspace vs a traditional office space to help you decide which will work best for your needs.
Feel like you need a little pick me up to get you back on track with your business? Reading quotes from famous entrepreneurs is always good for a dose of inspiration when your mojo flags.
As businesses adopt remote work models, many organisations are re-evaluating their expansion plans and seeking new workspace arrangements to support a hybrid model of days in and out of the office.
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