A guide to: the future workplace
The idea of the standard workplace is undergoing a major rethink this year. Nobody knows quite how long the coronavirus pandemic will be a factor of everyday life, but many are certain that it’s changed the way we work forever.
Commutes, strict hours, needless meetings: they’re all on their way out to be replaced with a more flexible approach.
There are many upsides, but there will also be complications, and that’s why we’re seeking experts to shed light on what’s ahead. You can join the debate about what’s best for employees, what maximises productivity, and what’s best for the bottom line. We’ll also need input from IT and comms experts, employment specialists and more to help lay out how to make these plans a reality.
We’re seeking contributions from all sectors, whether you specialise in property, people or productivity. You can share your expertise and insights with our 30,000 readers who recognise it’s time to change direction but require your help to understand how to change and what to strive for.
We have opportunities for: Property experts including estate agents (both commercial and residential), shared office and workspace providers, HR, recruitment and employment law professionals, IT and communication technology experts and any other industry which can help influence the new way of working.
We are offering: Your booking will include a by-lined article to showcase your advice, alongside a quarter-page to promote your branding, contact details and key messages. Your article will feature in our print publication, our website and will be promoted on our weekly email newsletter and our social media channels.
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