By Axel Praus. What does working in the year 2025 look like? Since physical travel is not an option at the moment, I went on a time travel to the working world of the future. I have packed my thoughts into five theses for you to think about. One thing I can already say now […]
Will home office soon be a universal right for all? It sure seems like we are evolving in this direction. However, one crucial question remains: “What does it actually mean for companies, employees and supervisors?”.
When we think of New Work, most of us picture a 20-something in a lounge chair, effortlessly balancing laptop and latte, engaged in a lively conversation at the company café.
New Study, 28.02.2019
Last Thursday, workplace experts and interested parties came to Berlin: to the “B-Part” – the new co-working space in Berlin. The occasion was the presentation of the latest Cushman & Wakefield study on the topic co-working.
Viviana Plasil (Cushman & Wakefield) in conversation with Axel Praus (workingwell) on current workplace topics such as agility, war for talent and workplace health and well-being.
War for talent“: you’ve heard it a hundred times. What can companies do to compete in this cut-throat labour market? Make evidence-based decisions when investing in attraction and retention programs! Understand your human capital and invest in it.