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FLEXIBLE WORKING – HOW AND WHERE?

ONLY GOING INTO THE OFFICE WHEN ‘REQUIRED’ This is ideal for some companies where workers only need to meet when deemed necessary. But what is considered necessary and by who? If it’s just determined by task or project requirements, then the human element is not being considered. If you are a people-focused soul then being Read More

MEETING OUR DUTY OF CARE WHILE WORKING FROM HOME

This is one thing that can’t be put off or ignored. So, let’s have the conversation… Working from home can mean some big changes (your hair and wardrobe choices for instance) but some things remain the same. One is the mutual obligations of employers and employees regarding a safe work environment.  SO, HOW DOES THIS Read More

7 WAYS AN INTERIOR DESIGNER CAN SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY

Say what…How does that work?
Firstly, lets address the misconception that an interior designer’s job is primarily fluffing cushions, picking colours and adding ‘nice’ things to already finished rooms. There is so much more to the role of an interior designer. We design AND decorate. Read More

The rise of the home office

Over time we have seen the office become more homely and now during the COVID-19 pandemic we are seeing the home become more “officey”-  complete with kids in the background bouncing on the sofa, dogs barking, people in their pyjamas and working alongside significant others. I guess you could consider it a bonding experience. Whether Read More

WHAT’S THE GO WITH COVID-19 AND THE WORKPLACE?

Recently I had the pleasure of chatting with Steelcase’s Business Development Manager, Ashley Jane Casey about where workplaces are heading. This vibrant woman combines boundless energy and enthusiasm with a vast knowledge of innovative product design and workspaces (and she is hysterically funny). Steelcase is a world leader in ground-breaking office products and has several Read More

SIX THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE COVID-19 WORKPLACE

We are hearing statements like hot-desking is going to be a thing of the past, more people will work from home for at least part of the week, and offices to stagger start and finish times. While we wait to see how things unfold, one thing we do know is that social distancing is set Read More