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Think outside the (Zoom) box.
«hybrid meetings in which some people are present and some are online are generally a horrible experience for those attending remotely.»
Working from home makes it hard to keep them separate.
«prioritize your communication based on context. During the hours when you want to focus on the job, try to reduce your personal communication.»
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«While a bit of passive leisure is a healthy way to relax, our research suggests that it’s much less likely than active leisure to promote happiness.»
While 95 per cent of designers are fully or partially working from home, over two thirds have greater job satisfaction than before.
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Hybrid and remote work are having a critical hand in right-sizing the role friendship plays in our working lives.
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Excerpt from the new book Global Natives
Leaders are meeting employee demands for more flexible work arrangements amid culture and innovation concerns.
«The authors’ research into hybrid work originated from a series of online workshops with managers from 20 global companies that began in March 2020 and continued every three months for a year.»
What are the principles underlying the ideal desk setup? How do we balance great design with modern technology? Let’s plunge into my desk setup and my philosophy behind it.
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