“Boss, I want to work from home…”

Small and medium-sized businesses can find the idea of flexible working daunting to manage. Employment lawyer Sarah Holmes gives her three golden rules for successful implementation. If you haven’t yet faced a flexible working request, 2016 could very well be… Read More ›

Four ways to flex

There are countless ways to implement flexible working. Peter Ames, head of strategy for Office Genie, takes a look at four inspirational flexible workplace policies. Almost two years ago every worker in the UK was granted the right to request… Read More ›

Preparing for the future

Executive MBA programmes are becoming more flexible – leveraging distance learning and preparing business leaders for the collaborative future, says Michael Desiderio, executive director of the Executive MBA Council. As today’s business leaders face the constant pressure of having to… Read More ›

The holiday juggling act

Richard Morris, chief executive of Evans Easyspace, says flexible workspace can help keep the business ticking over in holiday periods. The reality for many SMEs and entrepreneurs is that holidays require a juggling act between relaxation and ensuring that results… Read More ›

Why hot-desking backfires

Empowering employees is more important than saving space says PGi’s Mike O’Boyle. Despite predictions that the workforce will increasingly consist of flexible workers – teleworkers, freelancers, part-timers, etc. – we are actually witnessing an era where enterprise and major companies… Read More ›