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Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness The Hybrid Creativity Conundrum

We explore the latest in Hybrid Workspace thought leadership, from chartered occupational psychologist, Dr Gwenllian Williams.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness The Psychology of The Hybrid Workforce

Exploring Dr Gwenllian Williams' 'Five visibility essentials in the new normal’ and how workplace psychology impacts Hybrid Working.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness What is Hybrid Working?

Unpacking the what, where and why of Hybrid Working, so you can design your own Hybrid Working policy.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness How to Offer a Truly Flexible Workplace

Here we share five steps that organisations need to take into account when embarking on building their own flexible working strategy.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness 5 Tips for Better Hybrid Collaboration

For teams to achieve the same collaborative experience remotely as they do in brick-and-mortar office spaces, leaders must take the following factors into account...

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness Rethinking Workspaces for a Hybrid Future

In the new Hybrid Workspace, a new approach to office planning is required. Physical spaces must become a vital part in a support system.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness How Hybrid Working is Shaping the Future of Work

As organisations and their workers seek to reap the rewards of more flexible hybrid working, technology has a critical role to play  in bridging the gap between dispersed teams.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness Realising Gensler’s Sketch of the Hybrid Workplace

We explore Gensler’s interpretations of the Hybrid Workplace, and how they can be bought to life with the help of a Digital Meeting Space solution.

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness The Future of Meeting Technology: What do Workers Want?

What is the future of meetings? What should they look like now, and what will they look like in the future?

Blog, Culture, Health & Wellness The Hybrid Workspace: The Value of Wellness Spaces

12.7% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health conditions. Offering support can save UK businesses up to £8 billion per year.