A survey of 1,000 Australian workers reveals that more than half are not returning to the office due to the rising cost of commuting and close to half of their counterparts around the world say they will do the same.
From Facebook to Nike, JP Morgan to Toyota, companies are betting big on the concept of shared worlds and almost every organisation has its own vision of a metaverse archetype - which is part of what makes it exciting.
Research by flexible workspace company IWG shows three times the number of FTSE 250 companies are looking to use a hybrid office model compared to those looking to carry on in the same way as pre-pandemic.
To attract and retain Gen Z, organisations will have to catalyse a culture of authenticity and greatness at the workplace rather than just focusing on building employer brands.
HP will use a combination of balance sheet cash and new debt to finance the acquisition after taking the approval with their investors and shareholders.
With the ‘Great Resignation’ still on the rise, the topic of pay hikes is being discussed by employees a lot, though the employers aren’t much proactive about it.
There is no doubt that work-from-home offered business organisations a way to keep on operating amid the pandemic, while providing tremendous flexibility to employees to balance their professional and personal life the way it suited them. But with the threat waning and normal life resuming across the board, is it time for offices to restart too?