Flexible working hubs, the missed opportunity for hotels

Flexible working hubs, the missed opportunity for hotels

Like most sectors, the hospitality industry is always looking for new ways to diversify and attract new customers. Hotels by their very nature sell space, and we are seeing an increasing number exploring how they use their various kinds of real estate – rooms, restaurants, bars and lobbies – to better serve customers, and ultimately increase sales and profits.

Building the workspace of the future

Building the workspace of the future

Long gone are the days of 9 to 5 in soulless grey cubicles. Today’s workforce want to work in a space that is positive, inspiring, productive, collaborative and good for their well-being. With staff retention and recruitment major pain points for many businesses, providing staff with a workspace that meets their expectation is key. Staff now often seek a community experience in all areas of their life, including where and how they work.

June newsletter: The Modern Workspace and Wellbeing

June newsletter: The Modern Workspace and Wellbeing

Long gone are the days of working 9 to 5 in soulless grey cubicles. Today’s workforce want to work in spaces that are positive, inspiring, productive, collaborative and good for their wellbeing. With staff retention and recruitment major pain points for many businesses, providing staff with a workspace that meets their expectation is key. Spaces must allow staff to feel included and welcome, while also allowing a seamless and productive working experience.