Blogs

3 Aug

Is Remote Working The Best Choice After Lockdown?

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

The beginning of August marks the end of the governments advice to work from home and signals an era when many offices will re-open and employers and employees make key decisions on where and how they’ll work in the future. It’s been widely publicised that many corporates, such as banks, law firms and retail groups … Continue reading Is Remote Working The Best Choice After Lockdown?

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2 Jun

Choosing local flexible workspaces to enhance social distancing measures

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

With the many restrictions on movement being gradually lifted, it has led to many employers and employees alike, to start the process of returning to work, albeit in a different way than was ever experienced pre-Covid. Long before the Coronavirus outbreak, the strain on the country’s transport infrastructure was a daily bugbear for city workers, … Continue reading Choosing local flexible workspaces to enhance social distancing measures

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26 May

What will shared workspaces be doing to keep you safe after lockdown?

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

As the UK Government announced further measures yesterday, to relax the current lockdown restrictions, and with many businesses beginning to reopen and more ‘relaxing’ measures to come in the coming weeks, will shared workspaces be safe to use after Lockdown? What is the flexible space industry doing to ensure the compliance with hygiene and contamination … Continue reading What will shared workspaces be doing to keep you safe after lockdown?

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5 May

Thanks for supporting our petition. Result!

Author: Chelliah Nakeeran

The government has recently decided to provide grants for businesses with shared workspaces. This was as a result of significant pressure brought about by our petition, along with other voices across industry, highlighting the unfairness of grants not applying to a large section of businesses – particularly those working from shared workspaces. The statement on … Continue reading Thanks for supporting our petition. Result!

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