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Future Workspaces

Future Workspaces is our ongoing mission to help UK employers face into the new workplace frontier. What started as an exploration of tomorrow’s office is now a practical guide for the future of work.

The Changing Employment Landscape – a guide for employers

In our latest update to the Future Workspaces programme, we tackle the employment landscape’s big changes, what they mean for you and your staff, and how you can find solutions that work for all.

By speaking to clients, we’ve identified 20 core challenges which are being experienced by businesses at different stages of their journey:

  • Resistance: Navigating pushback, culture shift, and new ways of working
  • Adaptation: Redefining what your workspace and workforce looks like post-pandemic – think: quiet quitting, 4-day weeks and millennials
  • Growth: Leveraging change to the advantage of your company’s future.
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Tackling the UK Skills Shortage

The UK’s workplace, and its workforce, has been through a revolution. For many, it’s for the better. But the challenges that have come with this new normal – from staff retention to managing remote workers – are significant. And when people are your biggest asset, but what they want is changing, you need to change with them.

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What is the Future of the Office?

Our original Future Workspaces Whitepaper includes pre and post pandemic data from employers and employees, and explores the future of the office.

Are we building the right types of buildings? Will we be left with empty business parks? What will happen to the high street?

Download our Whitepaper

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