Every year, since 2015, we have published our Annual Workplace reports. Our data contains many insightful graphs and statistics about workplaces across the world, helping our customers to make better decisions and improve work life worldwide.
Over the last two years, some fascinating stuff has happened. The COVID-Pandemic caused the world’s largest remote working experiment possible. And new innovative forms of collaboration have been developed and implemented. Our learning curve has never been so high.
Of course, there has also been a downside to the pandemic. The illness it has caused has put a great strain on public health and health care. The discomfort it has caused us all when lockdowns forced children to stay at home and shops, cafes, and restaurants were forced to close their doors.
Engagement between colleagues and team members and organising work in a different matter took a great toll on all things management-related. And now we face some new challenges because everybody wants to know how to adapt in a sustainable manner, making the best of our learnings, findings, and insights to support a future way of working.
Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher, has been quoted as saying, “Change is the only constant in life.”. I know it’s a cliche but with permanent ways of measuring the change, we are able to adapt quickly and learn from previous behaviour.
Let change happen.