Is flexible work destroying the office? 

In January, facilities specialist Direct 365 claimed flexible working is having a detrimental impact on the office environment. Here the company explains why, and three other experts give their views on the subject…   Phil Turner, head of digital, Direct365… Read More ›

University scoops workplace award

Sheffield Hallam University has been awarded a prestigious Leesman+ award for the effectiveness of its agile workplace. Gabriella Jozwiak talks to director of estates Mark Swales. An academic timetabling team, electrical engineers, events management and surveyors are among the staff… Read More ›

Sensor sensitivity

The rise in the use of workplace sensors caused controversy in January, when staff at the Telegraph found them attached to their desks without warning. The outcry led to their rapid removal. But are sensors a sinister Big Brother development… Read More ›

Running on remote control

Technology company DADI+ is run on an entirely remote basis. Founding partner Chris Mair talks to Flexible Boss about the reasons for this approach and how it works in practice. Chris Mair (left) with co-founders Will Lebens (centre) and Joseph Denne…. Read More ›

Black Horse goes home

Corrie Newport, senior manager in New Business & Fleet Operations at Lloyds’ Black Horse Finance, explains how creative thinking and home working is paying dividends. In 2013 improvement works were taking place in St William House, Cardiff, the building where… Read More ›

The flexibility stampede

Canadian not-for-profit WORKshift is dedicated to promoting, educating and accelerating the adoption of flexible work programmes across the country. It provides a road map and tools for organisations to achieve business agility. Created in Calgary, the body also works in… Read More ›