Moving into a new office can be exhausting. Whether it’s the initial search, the constant deadlines or keeping your team in the loop, very few of us are prepared for just how time-consuming the whole thing can be.
The days of boring offices are over. With plans to make hybrid work underway, the ‘where’ of the day job has become less important than the ‘why’, and the onus is now on businesses to create a workplace worth leaving home for.
In April, Kitt and Techspace co-hosted a panel discussion on workplace culture two years on from the beginning of the pandemic. The panel featured workspace, design and culture experts and set out to answer one of the key questions...
Before the pandemic, in the days when coming into the office on a daily basis was never disputed, young people were entering the world of work with an expectation that their work-life would regularly be in an in-person environment.
The way we think about office space has changed. We’re at a pivotal point in the hybrid work conversation, and although it feels like we’ve been here before (which year is it?), this feels like the moment the narrative shifts for good.
Scaling up is an incredible experience for a business and its people, but it can also be a challenging time. When you first start a business, so much is informal; everyone mucks in and the people around you can begin to feel like family.
An open-plan office can appeal for many reasons. Sociable, collaborative, transparent - plus, the lack of physical divide can make it easier to accommodate a growing team. But what if members of your team are part of the 50% of the...