CIPHR blogger Barry Chignell predicts a growth in flexible working, reducing the number of employees in offices.
Presenteeism, going to work when sick, continues to plague the workplace, according to a new survey of U.S. professionals by OfficeTeam, a staffing service firm.
New Ways of Working is happy to welcome two new corporate members to our Network: RTKL and Xcel Energy
Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute, described the color as “an enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones" that "inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health."
Cornerstone OnDemand, a software firm that provides cloud-based talent management and other HR functions, released the results of its State of the Workplace Report last November. It was based on an online survey of employed Americans.
According to Clint Rule at Frog Design, the “quanitified self at the office” will track how, when and where you spend your time at work. The results will be captured in timesheets, project status, and management dashboards. “Expect debates about privacy rights and coercive versus caring uses of the technology.”
A new global survey commissioned by Aruba Networks asked respondents if they would prefer a 10% pay raise or be able to work from home two or three days a week. Over half (53%) would pick the work from home option.
Ziferblat is a new London café where mobile workers get all the free coffee or tea they want, plus complimentary snacks and wi-fi access, but pay by the minute for all the time spent there. The fee: 3p a minute, £1.80 an hour (about $3US). There’s no minimum.