There’s been a ton of misconceptions about millennials in the past 2-3 years, spurned on by the ol’ “Let’s generalize about generations” concept that we’ve been doing for years. 712 more words
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Flexible working is harder to manage because the way the team communicates might change and as managers you have less control of a person’s whereabouts. This makes us, the managers, nervous. 882 more words
Coworking centres could become mainstream more quickly than many managers realise.
If you have always thought that coworking centres were only useful for independent professionals – writers, journalists or small business owners with a staff of one – then think again. 606 more words
Yesterday I posted about sexist discrimination in the workplace, and noted:
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So there’s the gendered, identity-politics side of the argument. But there’s a slightly broader set of assumptions in play, around work and workers, regardless of gender – and my thoughts on that got a liiiiittle bit long, so tune in tomorrow.
Managing your NHSP:Online profile by regularly updating it to reflect your most up-to-date work preferences couldn’t be easier. It gives you assurance that you’re getting to see all the latest available work opportunities that fit around your lifestyle commitments. 252 more words