The times they are a changing. Nine to five is becoming less and less the norm in the workplace as businesses start to embrace flexible work practices. But what does it take to switch it up and loosen the rigid structure we’ve known for so long?
Here’s a run down of the best articles on the web about flexible work:
34 per cent of employees would like to work away from their usual workplace at least once a week. However, only 49 per cent receive this freedom. Looking into the flexible working habits of Australian employees and employers, psychologist and founder of The Positivity Institute, Dr Suzy Green, highlights the psychological benefits of flexible working.
Young business owners don’t define success by how much money they make. Instead, 79 percent of millennial small business owners measure the success of their business on whether they have a flexible work environment and a healthy balance between their personal and professional worlds, found a study from Xero.
As you may have seen, Microsoft has unveiled their newest productivity and collaboration tool called Microsoft Teams. Read on to find out exactly what is this means for collaboration in the workspace and how Microsoft are empowering flexible work scenarios.