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Sleep pods, office yoga and an on-site masseuse – as glamorous as it sounds Britain isn’t interested!
In the 18th century, companies maximized the output by wanting employees to be productive round the clock.
British workers no longer have their best ideas while sitting in the boardroom according to a new poll of office workers.
Workers are genuinely concerned about office environments affecting their wellbeing and their ability to focus.
Half of office workers said they would do just as much work in six hours as they can in eight.
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Workplace of 2026 shows people working outside the office, whilst empty buildings will become ever-more high-tech.
Although relocating or refurbishing is beneficial, incorrect planning can cause interruptions, costing time and money.
Co-working is typically associated with free lancers, small businesses or people that are self-employed.
If employees aren’t feeling appreciated, then they’re not being productive – which can affect the business performance.
40 years ago, very few people knew what a computer was. Now an office without a computer is like a car without wheels.
So what can be done to stop future Blue Monday blues? Here are some tips to help employees feeling so glum.