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How to future-proof your workplace

Despina Katsikakis

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The average person spends one-third of their life at work. That’s more time than they spend on any other single activity, including family events, vacation and even sleep. In this context, it’s easy to consider that the interaction with the workplace is the single most dominant factor in employees’ lives. Considering this, the impact that the workplace has on employee experience, productivity, wellness, innovation, collaboration and talent retention is undeniable.

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The war for talent is often won by creating an optimal workplace that embodies the corporate brand, culture and values; supports the well-being & engagement of employees; builds community; and inspires people to do their best work. The work environment is continually evolving in order to attract and inspire people to do great work, so that businesses can grow and flourish.


With so much ongoing change, how do you keep up with and navigate the impact of new trends and, armed with this knowledge, future proof your workplace? Read the full article

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