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The place to keep up to date on industry insights and trends, as well as tips and advice from the WorkWell team on how to make the most of your workspace for you and your team.

Five tips for creating a productive working environment

At WorkWell, we’re passionate about creating working environments that help to build, promote and retain your team. And when we talk about the working environment, we don’t just mean the four walls that make up an office, we’re talking about the space in which you work, your style of work, your team culture and the working atmosphere you and your team create.

In our latest blog we've put together 5 tips for creating a productive working environment.

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Five essentials for keeping your team engaged when working remotely

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to working remotely is keeping connected to your team as well as engagement. Without face-to-face contact on a daily basis, often employees can feel disengaged as they are cut off from the day-to-day rhythm of business and one step removed from your company culture and goals.

To help keep your team motivated and engaged while working remotely, we’ve put together our top 5 tips.


The Work Environment - Work, Workforce & Workspace

The workspace has evolved in line with the evolution of work and the workforce. Good understanding of the evolution of work, worker and workspace will help in defining the workspace strategy for any organisation. These three elements constitute the work environment.

In this blog we explain the relationship between these elements and how they influence the development of work environment.


Why working from home won't work forever

In March 2020, businesses across the globe were thrown into a new way of working. Many who had never even considered remote working before were forced into sending their staff, who were able to, home to work for the foreseeable, many pushing it through without a plan or strategy in place and therefore no metrics to measure its success.

In this blog we explore how working from home has impacted businesses across the country, and why we believe it won’t work forever.