In 2019, the office space sector continued undergoing a steady transformation in the UK and the rest of the world. According to a recent Savills report, flexible office space operators have increased their market share in the City of London from 12 percent to 26 percent since 2018.
Traditionally, when career-driven women, be that entrepreneurs or senior leaders of businesses, have looked to start families, they have often said goodbye to their careers. The workplace has been inflexible and incapable of reconciling both home and work lives.
Productivity is vital to keep a company thriving and, much like breathing, when all is going well you probably don’t even think about it. Many businesses put emphasis on growing profitability, yet in order to get the best from your team, you first need to address what what drives them.
For some, office Christmas parties are the highlight of the year, while others would do anything within their power to avoid an evening of forced fun and team bonding. As the definition of the workplace has significantly evolved with companies and employees opting for more flexible working arrangements, it may seem like the concept of a Christmas get-together has become obsolete. Despite that, the office Christmas party still serves as an excellent opportunity to engage with employees and potential business partners.
London’s first ecological tall building and an instantly recognisable addition to the city’s skyline, this headquarters designed for Swiss Re is rooted in a radical approach − technically, architecturally, socially and spatially. Forty-one storeys high, it provides 46,400 square metres net of office space together with an arcade of shops and cafés accessed from a newly created piazza. At the summit is a club room that offers a spectacular 360-degree panorama across the capital.