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Making the future workplace – work!

Lucy Adams on July 21, 2021

Making the future workplace – work!


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Right now, management teams all over the world are debating what they should do with the future workplace. Some, like DropBox are getting rid of offices for individual working completely. At the other end of the spectrum, some, like Goldman Sachs, seem to be denying that the last 18 months even happened and are urging everyone to get back to normal as soon as possible.

Most leaders though are taking a more progressive and rational approach and opting for a hybrid workplace. Whether that’s a 2/3 day split like at BP or even better – like O2, Mondelez, Standard Chartered – allowing for personal choice about where we want to work.

But what does this mean for managers who are trying to get the work done, keep customers and team members happy and still provide this level of individual choice? In this short video, we share some tips on how you can make the future workplace – work. This is one of our 5 Minute Monday videos that members of our Disruptive HR Club get every week. If you’d like to find out more about joining The Club, check it out here.

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