As the latest series of The Apprentice kicks off, Sir Alan Sugar is making the headlines (again) for his comments about remote workers. His recent statement that he will not be recruiting people who want to work from home will chime with the groundswell of CEOs calling employees back to the office – does he have a point?
As we head towards the end of the year, nine HRZone writers candidly reflect on the accuracy of their crystal-ball gazing.
Employees are now spending on average two days in the office per week. Is this genuinely optimal or are we stuck in default mode?
Why we need to deliver a structured hybrid approach that works for the majority.
We should be empowering our people to work in whatever ways get them the best results and not shaming them for their choices.
Is it time for senior leaders to re-evaluate the way their organisations work?
Why hybrid working is great for flexibility but bad for team building.
‘Zoom fatigue’ still exists. How can we close the distance between hybrid workers?
Burnout and lack of flexibility are forcing working mums out of the door and it’s time to take action
Gethin Nadin explores why a mandate to call employees back to the office is not going to solve your collaboration and productivity issues.
Alan Sugar’s latest spiteful outburst against home workers reminds us of the need to address misplaced and outdated beliefs about work.
Split-screen or split-personality? These four EQ tips will help steer you away from virtual miscommunication.
Stop treating hybrid working as a policy change when it’s our top organisation design challenge.
Julie Chakraverty argues that it is essential for leaders to create open environments that allow for candid conversations.
Learning to manage remote employees can be challenging. Here are some ways to transition more smoothly
The upheaval that HR teams have been dealing with over the past 18 months are creating a new set of challenges
The pandemic has permanently changed the way we work, but businesses need to introduce purposeful processes to ensure that employees don’t burnout
Learn the most effective ways to lead successfully in an increasingly hybrid world
It can be a challenge managing all the elements of a hybrid workplace but here are some ways to ensure consistency in your organisation
There’s not just one way of doing hybrid work, just like there’s not one way of doing office work or remote work. So which type is best for your business?