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Pros and cons of hybrid work

Hybrid workplaces are no longer just something to prepare for. The post-Covid trend has now turned into a reality for many companies, from small enterprises to multinational giants. However, not everyone agrees when it comes to changing working models: every decision must be carefully weighed up, based on the specifics of the company and on a cost-benefit analysis. Hybrid work…

Hybrid working models and how to implement them

In the last few years, between the pandemic and the subsequent return to the office, we’ve seen how effective remote working can be in a company’s strategy. At the same time we’ve also had to highlight certain issues that emerged, related to trust within the team and WFH Burnout. From these and other considerations comes the growing popularity of hybrid…

Toxic corporate culture: 5 concerning signs

We often talk about team building, engagement, company loyalty and a sense of belonging because a company’s core values should be reflected in its corporate culture. However, it can happen that these values are only statements and do not align with the company’s working protocols. How can one tell if a company’s work culture is truly positive? Here are five…

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Break areas and coffee breaks: the importance of comfort in the office

The break area is an essential element in any office, as it combines the cosy atmosphere of home (the ‘first space’) with the productivity of the office (the ‘second space’). Although it was originally intended for freelancers, is now represents an essential part of many company philosophies. Its importance is recognised by most businesses, regardless of their size and number…

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Constructive criticism: how to approach managers

The world of work is increasingly moving towards flat organisations: the hierarchy remains but is much less rigid than in the past. The result is a more direct relationship between managers and employees, where discussions are transparent and the approach is more fluid. In these working environments information and skills spread faster, allowing a quicker individual and team growth. The…

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Today’s office with an eye to the future: 4 important factors to consider

As the world changes, so does the way we work. This is a consideration that has been frequently addressed, especially in the last two years. The pandemic, the evolution of technologies and the accelerated spread of smart working have radically transformed the way we work and experience the office and, consequently, its design. What are the key factors to consider…

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The multi-generational office between coexistence and skills development

In today’s workplace there are now four generations that share projects and objectives: Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964), Generation X (born between 1965 and 1981), Millennials (born between 1982 and 1996) and Generation Z (born between 1997 and 2010). The challenge that companies face with multi-generational offices consists in bringing together different work cultures and schools of thought,…

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