Report Launched! New Insights on Employee Behaviour and Social Networks

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We share key findings on the impact of different work patterns and workplaces on employee behaviour and social network. Watch on YouTube.

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COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns made most office-based staff become homeworkers overnight. This disruption has changed employees’ and organisations’ preconceptions of what a workplace is. In a much broader sense, a reflection is spurred on what “go to work” means and how we will work in the future.

This is exciting and has the potential to improve both the experience of work for employees and to drive innovation in the design of offices and ways of working. Our research examines the implications of these changes, provides advice for organisations looking to create hybrid workplaces and develops an evidence base for what the impact is on employee behaviour.

Where is your workplace today?